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    Best non-fishy tasting fish?

    Just like the thread title says. I want to eat more fish but I'm not a huge fan of the fishy taste. I like haddock, but what are some of the better tasting ones? Thanks.

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    mahi mahi

    Throw it in some egg and flour and fry it with lemon. YUMMAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Halibut............yummmm
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    Tilapia and turbot

    are great too.

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    I eat Tilapia...but I heard if you let fish soak in milk for a while it takes the "fishy" taste out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinASU
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    Tilapia isn't very fishy tasting..

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    Tuna Sashimi doesn't taste like what you'd consider "fishy."

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    No fish is really "fishy" tasting unless it's rotten or it's tuna. It needs to be prepared right. Only thing I can think of staying away from is Salmon. It's not necessarily fishy, but it is a stronger tasting fish.

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    A splash of lemon juice takes away a lot of the fishy flavour, even in tuna.

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    Another vote for Tilapia. I had some Cod the last couple of days, it doesn't have to much of the fish taste.

    Or better yet eat SHRIMP ummm yummy...
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    Alaskan Pollack is very mild and is about the cheapest (around here anyway).

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    swordfish is pretty good

    imo, fish pretty much tastes like fish though.

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    Fish is only fishy tasting when its not fresh because it begins to break down but like a couple people have mentions rinse it with lemon juice before cooking and the fishy taste should dissappear.

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    love Swordfish, monk fish is good

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    Stuffed flunder will take the flavor of whatever you put inside of it.

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    good quality fish shouldnt taste fishy, but just make sum recipes..or look for them on the web, to make interesting things with the fish

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    I like Salmon, Orange Roughy, and Halibut. I believe all of those fishes have a very very good taste.
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    Salmon, orange roughy, mahi mahi.

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    Tilapia
    Cod
    Sole
    Whitefish
    Flounder
    Swordfish

    I have found all of those to have a very mild, non-fishy flavor. I tend to avoid them because I like the strong-flavored fish. My favorites are catfish and salmon.

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    can't beat blackened snapper
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