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I notice the fish is often not specified. Had a white rice and fried fish meal from 7/11 and am curious what types of fish it may have been. Anyone know what the most commonly used fish are here?

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Fish with big heads, lots of bones and very little meat - usually overcooked and served up in a sauce not dissimilar from used dishwater!

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Fish from way down in the depths, with eyes in places no fish should have them, tentacles like an alien and as flat as a pancake. 

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At the other end of the scale, why is it so difficult to find Sole?

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Easy: the worst and cheapest that you could find anywhere in the world.

 

 

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2 hours ago, ChrisKC said:

Fish with big heads, lots of bones and very little meat - usually overcooked and served up in a sauce not dissimilar from used dishwater!

thats why I dont eat!!

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12 minutes ago, pennine said:

At the other end of the scale, why is it so difficult to find Sole?

think beacuse it is a northern hemisphere fish....cold water lover....

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4 minutes ago, shy coconut said:

Because it's a long way from Dover!!

and folksTone....what about lemon sol where they come from??

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2 hours ago, ChrisKC said:

Fish with big heads, lots of bones and very little meat - usually overcooked and served up in a sauce not dissimilar from used dishwater!

Bones???? Surely most people would prefer their fish filleted.

I have just realised that this is in jest.  

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