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Is saury the same as sardines?

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I wrote the recipe using Pacific saury, but it's the same if you use sardines. Just adjust the ingredient amounts depending on how much fish you are cooking. It's so easy, but it's amazingly delicious. ... I wrote out the recipe with easy to remember ingredient amounts.

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