New England scientists tout benefits of underrated fish species

11/30/2012 | Reuters

Scientists at the Gulf of Maine Research Institute are touting lesser-known species of Maine fish such as mackerel, whiting and redfish throughout New England, and they're hoping chefs will take a bite. The species, they say, are more plentiful, affordable and sustainable than favorites such as cod and flounder, and mackerel even has more health advantages than salmon, they say.

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