New Zealand hoki fish swim in some of the purest waters on earth. You may have never heard of it, but if you often eat fish filets from
fast food restaurants, you probably ate hoki. It is a tasty alternative to other white meat.
There is a wide strip of fat running through each filet. The strip is removed from filets destined for the US, because Americans tend to
find it distastefully. It is often left in filets destined for Europe.
Lucky for you and me, the fat in the hoki is very high in omega-3s and very low in omega-6s. It is also rich in DHA, which is unusual
even for a coldwater fish.
As you may be able to tell from the picture above, these are not large fish. But, they reproduce quickly, which means that supplies are
not threatened by over-fishing.
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