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Does Pollock fish taste good?

Asked: Andrew Lultschik 🇨🇦 Fishing, Date Created:

Pollock is a mild, delicate-tasting fish, with a slightly coarse texture. Some find it more flavorful than cod or haddock, perhaps because it has a higher oil content. Pollock fillets are creamy tan in color. Cooked, the lean, moist meat is white and firm, with a nice flake.

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