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What’s better whiting or tilapia?

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Whiting Fish vs Tilapia Tilapia may have a higher fat concentration than whiting fish. Whiting fish might be a higher source of cholesterol, sodium, and calcium. Tilapia is believed to have a softer consistency and a better taste, despite being nearly the same price.

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