Chilean Seabass is a large, cod-shaped fish found in cold, deep waters of the Southern Hemisphere. The reasons for its popularity are clear, the fish is rich with a buttery flavor that just melts in your mouth. The fillets are shiny and white and cook up white and flaky with a firm texture. The high fat content makes it very hard to overcook.
Chilean Seabass, also known as Patagonian toothfish, and is very similar to Alaskan Black Cod or Sablefish of the North Atlantic. The toothfish is long-line harvested in the deep Southern Ocean waters of Antarctica, Argentina, Peru and Chile. The average commercially harvested Chilean Seabass weighs about 25 pounds, but it can grow to be 250 pounds. They live to be 50 years old.
Chilean Seabass is flown in directly to us on a daily basis.
Each Fresh and Frozen (Fin-fish item) comes in standard packs containing 2 pieces of either 6 or 8 ounce portions.
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