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What does John Dory fish taste like?

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A saltwater favorite, the John Dory fish has a mild taste with a firm texture. This fish, with its minimally sweet flavor and flaky meat, is prepared in a variety of ways. However, for best results, skin is left intact.

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Priced on the higher end in restaurants, John Dory also has the distinction of being utilized for a basic lower-end menu item -- fish and chips. Unique to look at, the John Dory has long spines and exhibits a single large dot on its side. In addition to a delectable flesh, its bones are used to create fish stock. Because it is a resident of the North Atlantic as well as the cooler regions of the South Pacific, the John Dory is popular in Australia and New Zealand.

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