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The Everyday Fish Cookbook: Simple, Delicious Recipes for Cooking Fish by Trish Davies

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  • ISBN 10 1905862733
  • ISBN 13 9781905862733
  • Published Sep 30 2011
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 192
  • Language English
  • Countries United Kingdom
  • Publisher How To Books Ltd
  • Imprint Spring Hill

Publishers Text

This book takes the fear out of fish. It contains simple but delicious recipes for all the popular varieties of local fish as well as species from overseas - often more sustainable - that can be bought in fishmongers. Fish is high in protein, low in fat - and rich in nutrients. So it is a food we should be eating more of, and including regularly in our meals. The recipes in this book are approachable, flexible and un-complicated, advising on buying, preparation, and freezing as well as cooking. Also included are fish varieties that are often cheaper and less under threat than the most popular fish but offer a delicious alternative, such as gurnard, sardines, coley, herring, and bream.

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