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What Is a Pollock Fish?

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Pollock fish is a marine fish of the Pollachius genus. Their belly is seen to be silvery like the tungsten wedding bands and it's colour ranges from brownish green, pale gray to yellow. When cooking, the fish can be baked, broiled or even grilled.
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The pollock is a commercially valuable food fish that belongs to the Cod family. This type of food is common in the northern seas, particularly in the North Atlantic. This fish is also known as the Atlantic pollock, European pollock, lieu jaune, or lythe.
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