What are some sustainable, mild-flavored fish?

Grilled Halibut with Three-Pepper Relish

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 "What mild-flavored fish can I cook for my non-fish-loving family that is also sustainable?" 

Pacific flounder, summer Atlantic flounder, Pacific halibut, and turbot (from Greenland) and wild-caught snapper are all good, mild-flavored choices. For a complete list of sustainably caught fish, go to Seafood Watch where you can download a wonderful app for your smart phone or print out a handy wallet-size chart.

See our collection of Fish Recipesfor a variety of ways to cook fish.

Recipe: Grilled Halibut with Three-Pepper Relish

Marge Perry
Jun, 2012
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