Pacific Yellowtail

A yellowtail most commonly refers to the yellowtail amberjack, a large fish found in the Pacific and Indian oceans. Easy to catch and delicious to eat, yellowtail is used across the globe in dishes like sushi, but can also perfectly complement fruits like mangoes and papayas in salsas and marinades. The California Yellowtail is a species also known by several alternate names, such as amberjack, forktail, mossback, and white salmon. It has a typical jack shape with the body olive-brown with yellow stripes along the side. Fins are yellowish. As with other fish, this species is an excellent sour..

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