Red gurnard and chips please

by Nicola Temple | January 31, 2013

Brits tend to like a big boneless fillet of white fish. Cod and haddock are part of British culture – it’s what our grandparent’s generation ate because it was plentiful and cheap. However, now that the UK imports 88% of cod and warming waters are bringing new species into the fisheries, is it time to say goodbye to traditional fish and chips…

Read the entire article on Page 7 of The Cabot Institute’s magazine…

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