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Nutritional values (for 100g) :

22.7g

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3.5g

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122Kcal

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Turbot

Cancer pagurus

Nicknamed the prince of the seas, the turbot is, by the delicacy of its flesh, the noblest flatfish of all. Recognizable by its diamond shape, it has sometimes pigmented brownish skin and both eyes are on the same side. His blind face is white. It lives on sandy or gravel bottoms, between 10 and 250 m deep, where it hides by taking the color of its environment. Rarely caught, it trades at high prices and is often found on the menu of the greatest starred restaurants.

Its white and firm flesh is of incomparable finesse in taste and has earned the favors of very great chefs. Turbot is cooked by steaming, in papillote, grilled on the barbecue, roasted or poached. In filet or pavé, its delicate flesh appreciates short cooking.

Rich in high quality protein, turbot is a lean fish. It also contains valuable omega-3s, trace elements and B vitamins.

Fresh turbot should be stiff, fleshy and covered in mucus. Its underside is white and shiny, and its eyes are bright red. Altered, it takes on a yellowish color on its blind face and its gills become discolored.

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Présentation
Presentation :

Whole fresh

Disponibilité
Availability :

All year

Origine
Origin :

Brittany

provenance
Sourcing :

Fishing

Calibrages disponibles
Available calibration :

Whole fresh: 1-2kg/2-4kg/4-6kg/6-8kg

Conditionnement
Conditioning :

Piece or kg / polystyrene box

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Nutritional values (for 100g) :

22.7g

Proteins

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3.5g

Lipids

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122Kcal

Calories

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