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Set atop some crushed ice, were a number of flounder flatfish, also known as flukes, members of the genus, Paralichthys. Placed on top of these flounder, were nine fresh Pacific saury, Cololabis saira, which had been caught in the North Pacific, and shipped to Georgia. The saury, also known as the mackerel pike, are often pan-fried, and are a good source of easily digestible protein, as well as unsaturated fatty acids, such as EPA and DHA. These fish had yet to be cleaned.
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