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The spiny dogfish shark, a seafood specialty-marine and coastal facts. Factsheet #7

Anna M. Warrock
1981
4 pp.

Some commercial fishermen, searching for new species of fish to bring onto the market, have begun to catch and sell the dogfish shark in the United States and abroad. The fish is an excellent source of protein and the fillets are white and flaky when cooked and free of small bones. This factsheet compares the dogfish nutritionally to other popular seafoods and describes how to dress and cook it.

type: Promotional brochures

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