Sometimes referred to as the little cousin to Atlantic cod, White Hake has a slender fillet with a mild flavor and soft texture. When fresh, the meat has an off-white color that turns white when cooked. They are lean fish and are often compared to cod, but are known to have a softer texture and can be prepared in any number of ways: baked, poached, steamed or fried. It is a versatile fish for anyone who likes a lean white fish.
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