Common name: Black cod
Wild sablefish is also known as “black cod” because of its dark skin. Though quite versatile, it does not, however, actually belong to the cod family.
ORIGIN: Canada, United States
- Fishing technique: line caught.
- Its pearly-white flesh is oilier than Atlantic cod.
- It has a silky texture. Its taste is buttery and rich.
- Rich in vitamins B12, B3 and B6, as well as in selenium and phosphorus. It also contains a significant amount of Omega-3 fatty acids.