- Fresh from clear, local waters, these dayboat-caught black bass, often called sea bass, are attractive fish with sweet, white, firm flesh similar in flavor to red snapper or striped bass. The skin retains beauty even when scaled and cooked, making this fish a popular choice for elegant presentations. Fry, grill or broil these whole, and serve with a simple vegetable or starch side.Origin
For best results, rinse under cold running water and pat dry before preparing according to your favorite method. How much should I buy?1lb whole fish makes about 1 serving
Local Whole Wild Black Sea Bass
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