Stone Bass

stone bass or meagre

Stone bass used to be known as meagre (you can see why they dumped that name). It's farmed in Greece and Turkey and its number one feature is that it can readily be reared to large sizes - four or even six kilos (think two feet/70 cms). From such fish you can get a large boneless fillet steak with thick muscle flakes, and the promise of a very satisfying meal. And the price is very reasonable.

Stone bass used to be known as meagre (you can see why they dumped that name). It's farmed in Greece and Turkey and its number one feature is that it can readily be reared to large sizes -... read more »
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Stone Bass

stone bass or meagre

Stone bass used to be known as meagre (you can see why they dumped that name). It's farmed in Greece and Turkey and its number one feature is that it can readily be reared to large sizes - four or even six kilos (think two feet/70 cms). From such fish you can get a large boneless fillet steak with thick muscle flakes, and the promise of a very satisfying meal. And the price is very reasonable.

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stone bass fillet steaks
Stone bass fillet steaks
Also known as corvina or meagre, stone bass is a farmed fish which grows to a very handsome size - much bigger than most farmed sea bass. That means we can fillet luxurious thick fillet steaks from it at that you can use in recipes...
From £7.80
Raw stone bass misshapes
Stone bass misshapes
Misshapes are nice pieces of fish that are left over when we make steaks. They’re boneless and skinless. You could cook them up by themselves - just flash fry in butter - or mix a few packs up to make a fish stew or fish pie.
From £7.00
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