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Does Yellow Croaker taste good?

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This is the only fish allowed the name "Yellow Croaker" on Fishbase. ... This is a very good eating fish with a light, pleasant flavor. It's one drawback is the tenderness of its flesh and skin which makes handling in cooking and serving more difficult than for many other fish.

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