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 What the difference between halibut and haddock fish and chips?

Answer Haddock is used in traditional choice for British Fish and Chips or for smoking and canning. It is related to the Cod. Halibut is a flatfish, looking an like it was caught at an embarrassing moment... Read More »
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Is halibut a freshwater or a saltwater fish?

Halibut are saltwater fish. They live along the sandy bottom of the ocean floor. They are commonly called ocean game fish and can grow up to 400 pounds or more.References:Discover Boating.com: Salt... Read More »
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If i order battered sausage from a fish and chip shop, can i claim to have had fish and chips for dinner?

dont be sillyyou didnt have fishyou had sausagein future just say you ate from the chippy
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Pie n chips or fish n chips?

Fish chips?

Traditional Fish & ChipsMakes 4 servingsIngredients:3/4 cup all-purpose flour1/2 cup flat beer or lemon-lime carbonated beverageVegetable oil4 medium russet potatoes, each cut into 8 wedgesSalt1 eg... Read More »
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