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>shark's fat

Turns out, it is not the fins people should be after. Poor sharks. Who knew - one of the most omega-3-rich fishes happens to be a creature called spiny dogfish, a shark.

Once ignored by fishermen, apparently it makes appearances all over the place now, including in your fish and chips. As long as people are careful not to overfish them (they seem relatively abundant in the Atlantic Ocean), apparently we are welcome to eat them.

Well, not having tasted this fish (knowingly), I can't say for sure, but I tend to find fish high in omega-3 generally tastier than the rest. Are you kidding? Otoro, tuna's fatty belly, laden with omega-3, is just about the most delicious thing anywhere, and fatty salmon! Even the fishy mackerel can be good grilled.

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