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Buying gourmet sole, you can fall into the trap: instead of this tender and tasty fish sellers often slip cheaper Pangasius

Sole or European solea – a fish flatfish family unit of salts. He lives only in marine waters, mainly in tropical and subtropical seas.

Outwardly, this fish is very similar to flounder: it has the same flattened laterally body structure (only more elongated) and both eyes, like flounder, are located on one side. Sole characterized by relatively modest dimensions: its average height is 30 cm. The color of his scales – grayish brown with dark spots on the top and lighter underneath. Since the body of this fish is “dressed” in melkocheshuychaty cover, it is sufficiently stiff to the touch. And because of the similarity of sole with the shoe soles of the people it is called “salt fish” – from the word Sole, which is present in the names of flatfishes.

This inhabitant of the sea belongs to the category of delicious fish. Once upon a time it was only available aristocracy, and nowadays sole worldwide considered synonymous with fine dining. To us it is a treat brought mainly from Vietnam in various forms – frozen, fresh, smoked or salted dried. Vietnamese manufacturers are also made from sea  language various canned and semi-finished products. Continue reading

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