You put your right hand in. You take your right hand out. Okay, that’s enough of that. Ever heard of a fish called hoki? (Hold the pokey).
Hoki is a Coldwater fish typically found in European markets. A cousin to the cod, hoki has a line of tasty fat that runs through the fillet. The fat is usually removed and called New Zealand whiting when sold in the U.S. Sad, we know.
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