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Is Croaker a bony fish?

Asked: Jakob Zeh, Last Updated:

Eating croaker is a hands on experience. Because of their small size, they are most often cooked whole. The meat has delicate flakes and a moderate, briny flavor. It is a bony fish – so not the best for first dates.

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