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Can you eat golden croaker?

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This is a very good eating fish. The flesh is off white with a good medium flavor. Use simple sauces that won't mask the flavor and just lightly dust with rice flour for frying. Buying: Here in Southern California these fish are found in Asian markets as "Yellow Croaker" (even though they are not yellow).

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    Leading Countries In Fishing And Aquaculture Output

    RankCountryTotal Annual Fisheries Harvest Volume
    1China76.15 billion kilograms
    2Indonesia20.88 billion kilograms
    3India9.60 billion kilograms
    4Vietnam6.33 billion kilograms

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