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White seabass is a popular fish in California and known for its meaty, firm texture. Ours comes right from Monterey Bay! This fish has a mild flavor and low fat content that lends itself to almost any cooking method and acts as a canvas for many different ingredients. Fun fact: it’s one of Hans’s favorite fish to eat. Bonus fun fact: white seabass isn’t a seabass at all. It’s actually part of the croaker family, a group of fish named because the males make croaking noises!
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Yes, white seabass can be enjoyed both raw and cooked.
Grill, sear, bake, raw, ceviche
White seabass is available year-round but generally harvested in the late spring to fall time.
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Meet the versatile White Seabass, a local favorite hailing from the waters of Monterey Bay. This fish is well-loved for its solid yet tender flesh that's perfect for almost any cooking style. With its understated flavor and lean nature, this seafood blends harmoniously with all kinds of flavors. Did you know? Our very own Hans counts this as his top pick from the sea! But, here's a twist - the White Seabass isn't a seabass at all! It belongs to the croaker family, so named because the male fish are known to make croaking sounds. So why not bring home this adaptable and intriguing catch today?
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