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 tilapia    [tuh-LAH-pee-uh]

An important food fish in Africa for eons, tilapia are AQUACULTURED around the world from Asia, to South America, to the United States and Canada. The lowfat flesh of the tilapia is white (sometimes tinged with pink), sweet and fine-textured. It's suitable for baking, broiling, grilling and steaming. The tilapia is also called St. Peter's fish  and, in Hawaii, Hawaiian sun fish. See also  FISH.

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THE FOOD LOVER'S COMPANION, 2nd edition, by Sharon Tyler Herbst.


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