Black cod is a white flaky fish with high oil content and satiny texture. Sometimes referred to as butterfish for the velvety texture and distinct mild flavor, it is a favorite among top chefs. Made famous at the prestigious Nobu restaurant with its delicious miso glaze. Due to its high-fat content, black cod is also good on the grill, baked, broiled, or smoked, with a variety of seasonings.
- Black cod is one of the most plentiful and sustainable fish on the west coast of the United States.
- Black cod is the highest in heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids, above some species of salmon or tuna.
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