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In Hawaiian, “ono” means “good to eat.” And boy, are they. Ono is firm with delicate-tasting, lean meat. Though it’s in the same family as the mackerel, it’s not nearly as oily or strong in flavor profile. Because ono has low-fat content, it can dry out quickly so make sure not to overcook.
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Yes, Wahoo or Ono can be consumed raw.
Steam, grill, pan-sear, poach, raw (sashimi)
Ono is available year-round.
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Meet Ono, a delightful fish hailing from the sun-kissed waters of Hawaii. 'Ono' in Hawaiian lingo translates to 'delicious,' and this splendid swimmer surely upholds its moniker. The meat of the Ono is firm yet lean, delivering an understated flavor that's far from overpowering. This makes it a prime pick for those who fancy their marine munchies to be subtle yet scrumptious. Although related to mackerel, Ono stands out with its less greasy texture, offering a distinct taste that's like a breath of coastal breeze. But remember, due to Ono's low-fat content, it requires a delicate approach while cooking as overheating can cause it to dry up. Cook it just right and you're rewarded with a divine dish that's truly befitting of its name. Allow the Ono fish to whisk you away on a tranquil voyage across the peaceful Hawaiian seas, enchanting your senses with its elegant simplicity and heavenly flavors.
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