Extreme Toothfish in Scoop Magazine

October 2, 2014

Everything about Australia’s newly branded Glacier 51 Toothfish is extreme: its looks, its size (the fish can reach 2m in length), its environment.  Even the story of its journey from pirate plunder to species under threat to Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification is outlandish.  But while it’s highly prized in America and Japan – its fillet renders large, luscious, arctic-white flakes that unfold like petals on a plate and taste sublime – most Australians have yet to taste it…

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Extreme Fish, Jo-Ann Ledger, Scoop Magazine, Spring 2014

Extreme toothfish