The turbot, a highly valued fish since ancient times

Considered one of the best and tastiest fish in the sea

The turbot, a highly valued fish since ancient times

The turbot is a white fish that lives on the seabed. Its shape is flat, almost circular. It has a flat head and the eyes are very small and are located on the left side. Its mouth is very small and the lower jaw is prominent with small, pointed teeth. It is gray with streaks and changes depending on its surroundings.

The belly part is white. It is a fish without scales, very soft to the touch. The turbot has an excellent meat with few bones, that is why it is considered a kind of luxury in the world of gastronomy. It has been highly valued since ancient times and for centuries it was known as "the king of Lent".

This jewel of the sea contains a large amount of vitamins, amino acids and minerals ideal to help us take care of our health.

Turbot is considered one of the best and tastiest fish in the sea. It has a white, firm and very fine meat, ideal for any recipe and types of cooking. Apart from being highly appreciated for its taste, it is also highly appreciated for the large amount of minerals it provides such as selenium, phosphorus, potassium, iodine or iron.

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