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Greek Sea Bass (Branzino)

2 total reviews

Details

Species: Branzino, Greek Sea Bass
Scientific Names: Dicentrarchus labrax
Cut: Whole, Butterfly
Flavor: Sweet delicate flavor
Texture: Soft, buttery texture
Source: Greece, Mediteranean
Responsible: Yes
Packaged: Frozen
Sushi Grade: Yes
Recommended Preparation: Baked, grilled, fried, steamed, boiled, sushi, sashimi or ceviche

Storage
Defrosting

Place frozen product in cold water for 15 to 30 minutes, until thawed. Cut and enjoy within 24 hours.



Considered the most delicious of all Mediterranean fish, our Greek Sea Bass, commonly known as Branzino, has become one of the most popular Mediterranean fish in the USA and UK. With its moist and tender white flesh, Greek Sea Bass is highly regarded by professional chefs around the world for being an extremely versatile fish. Branzino features a sweet delicate flavor and buttery texture that can be served whole or as fillets and prepared baked, grilled, fried, steamed, boiled for soup, or even as sashimi, sushi and ceviche.

Our Greek Sea Bass (Branzino) are farm raised by Avramar. All of Avramar’s production facilities are certified by GlobalG.A.P., one of the world’s most recognized farm assurance programs. In addition to this, and to augment their commitment to third-party certifications, they are also expanding their Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) accreditation with the intent that more farms across the group will become ASC certified in the coming years. ASC is the gold standard in certification for Sea Bream, Sea Bass and Corvina production.

Customer Reviews

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Mikz
Greek Sea Bass (Branzino)

I ordered 3 Of these. Two arrived thawed and unsafe, the one that was frozen was not very good.

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Alex Velasquez
Greek sea bass

Unfortunately I haven't been able to try the seabass just yet. However blue fin that was also part of the order came in a pale pink color which made me think it wasn't fresh and afraid to eat it raw. So I trashed it for safety reasons. I threw it away before this review showed up or I would have taken a picture.

Thank you for your feedback! The color of tuna in the superfrozen form should not be judged prior to thawing, as it has not been exposed to air (reacted to oxygen). It will look pink or more opaque. Upon thawing, the tuna meat will 'bloom' with color, to sashimi color and quality.

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