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Is Haddock a healthy fish?

Asked: Julien Gendreau, Last Updated:

Haddock — a cold-water whitefish found off the northern Atlantic coast — contains half your daily value of vitamin B12 and a whopping 30 grams of protein in just one fillet. It's most commonly baked and broiled, but you can also use it in casseroles, fish cakes, and chowders.

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