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Fish Courses

It seems that many people - other than those who live by the sea - tend not to think of fish when planning meals. But, not only are fish an important food source, they also provide nutrients that are hard to find in other foods. The ones most of you are probably familiar with are the omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA.

Although truly fresh fish are best, supermarkets do sell freshly caught, frozen fish which are just as good as those caught and eaten straight from the sea.

Don't worry that the fish in supermarkets may have been transported many miles, if you live a long way from the coast; fish caught by trawlers will have been frozen on board the vessels for some days before the fish are landed.

Here are some recipes for fish dishes:

Smoked Salmon Parcels

Baked Cod

Potted Prawns

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Last updated 23 January 2009

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