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Fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel and sardines, are rich in both DHA and EPA.
At the Jumunjin Fish Market, the largest fish market on South Korea’s east coast, vendors sell red snow crab, octopus, mackerel, sole, flounder and a whole medley of sashimi.
The area produced five million tons of seafood of up to four dozen species for China alone last year, according to Greenpeace, including crab, squid, yellow croaker, mackerel and a local favorite, hairtail.
The East China Sea, where mackerel and croaker abound, is China's largest fishing ground.
The Zhoushan fishing ground where the collision occurred is known as one of the biggest in the East China Sea, particularly for mackerel and croaker, according to Greenpeace.
Go past the desk and the locker rooms, the little nail salon and tiny restaurant — serviceable bibimbap, grilled mackerel — and get into the hot tub in the center of the collection of rooms.
The latter, too, appears to be expanding into several industries, from making potted pheasant and canned mackerel to operating taxis and petrol stations.
At The Walrus, McDonnell explains how mislabeled fish makes it onto our dinner plates, and how mislabeling a mackerel for a tuna, say, can have health consequences.
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Origin and Etymology of mackerel
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a large fish that lives in the northern Atlantic Ocean and is often eaten as food
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