7 Best Fish to Eat in the World

Skip the formalities. You know fish is healthy, packed with proteins, minerals, vitamins, and amino-3 fatty acids, and that scientific research suggests it improves cardiovascular health and makes you smarter.   

1. Cod Fish

Your pick! Cod, our top fish and possibly the most popular worldwide, can be seared, grilled, poached, broiled, battered, and more.  and olives in seafood soups, stews, salads, tacos, and fish and chips.  

2. Sea Bass

For individuals who dislike the fishy taste/odor of other sea creatures, sea bass is the best tasting.  This is a terrific way to start eating fish, but even frequent eaters will love it.

3. Halibut

This goggle-eyed bottom feeder isn't pretty, but it's tasty! Lean and flaky, its meat is slightly sweet and melts in your lips when cooked. Many compare it to cod, but it's sweeter, firmer, and less greasy.

4. Red Snapper

Red Snapper is named for its almost-blushing color. Another moderate, adaptable alternative that can be flavored with many things. Fresh, it's delicious and revered by seafood enthusiasts. 

5. Salmon

Salmon, a global favorite. All salmon has a high fat content and a rich, fatty taste, although species, farming method, season, and cooking method affect taste and texture. Especially wild salmon flavor.

6. Catfish

Deep-frying catfish in batter and seasoned with lemon helps mask its earthy (some say murky) taste as a freshwater bottom-feeder. The rough skin is removed since it's hard to consume.

7. Swordfish

Grilled swordfish tastes like steak. Even non-fish eaters like swordfish, which tastes like tuna. Avoid eating swordfish more than a few times a month because it is a top-tier predator like tuna and contains high mercury levels. 


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