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What fish Do Japanese eat for breakfast?

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Grilled fish Grilled or pan-sauteed fish (yakizakana) is commonplace at the Japanese breakfast table. Rich in protein and omega-3s salmon or mackerel are popular choices, often simply prepared by a salting, then broiling or grilling on each side.

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