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Which tastes better rohu or catla fish?

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Wild rohu and catla taste almost same for most but I can taste the difference. Catla is clean tasting with smooth texture. Their head is more fatty and flavorful than that of rohu. Having fish thrice a week can keep you on top of your health.

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