DescriptionChilean sea bass is semi-firm and has a rich, buttery flavor not at all fishy. Fans say it reminds them of scallops. Its medium to high fat level makes it less susceptible to overcooking than other whitefish. This fashionable fish is a relative newcomer to the American food scene, and its popularity has skyrocketed. If you've eaten it, you know why.
For best results, rinse under cold running water and pat dry before preparing according to your favorite method.
Wild Chilean Sea Bass Fillet, Previously Frozen
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