box of red gurnard in a Dutch market

The prehistoric-looking gurnard is a lean, firm, white-fleshed fish which lives on the seabed using its wing-like fins to find crabs, shrimps and other bottom-feeders. They are rather bony and lacking in flavour so the best use for them is to use the fish head to make a tasty stock.

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