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Do conger eels taste good?

Asked: Off_Shore_96, Last Updated:

Yup, yes to eating conger for me. part of the white fish family, par boiled and take the meat off the bones and make into fish cakes, bland like cod, so add all your own favourite seasonings etc, one bonus, the bigger the eel, the more fish cakes.

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