Alaskan pollack


A variety of pollack from the north west Pacific off Alaska. Pollacks are members of the cod family and weigh around 1 kg (2 lb). They have rather grey, flaky flesh and are often salted and dried or pickled and are also commonly used for making imitation shellfish foods. The salted roes are prized in Japan. Pollacks are also known as pollocks.

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