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Nutritional values (for 100g) :

20.1g

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4.8g

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124Kcal

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Sea bream

Spondyliosoma cantharus

Griset, gray pageot, sea bream, canther… So many names to evoke gray sea bream. The sea bream is gray-blue in color with flanks streaked with golden lines. Unlike the gilthead sea bream, it has no molars but several rows of small, pointed teeth, and it is born female before becoming male. Very common off the French coast, it lives in shoals up to 100 m deep.

Its white flesh, less fine than that of sea bream, is no less fragrant and tender. Its taste is very sweet. It is cooked in the oven on a bed of onions, tomatoes and white wine, a la plancha or grilled on the barbecue, sprinkled with thyme.

Its lean flesh contains a good dose of protein, minerals and omega-3s, but also vitamins B and E, with energizing and antioxidant properties.

Fresh, the sea bream is very firm. It also sports a very shiny gray color with golden highlights. Its eye is translucent and convex. A lack of freshness can be seen in the loss of firmness and a flabby stomach.

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Présentation
Presentation :

Fresh

Disponibilité
Availability :

All year

Origine
Origin :

Brittany

provenance
Sourcing :

Fishing

Calibrages disponibles
Available calibration :

Whole fresh : 200-300g / 300-500g / 500-800g / 800g and +

Conditionnement
Conditioning :
  • Piece or kg / polystyrene box
  • 5 or 10 units per package
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Nutritional values (for 100g) :

20.1g

Proteins

Details

4.8g

Lipids

Details

124Kcal

Calories

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