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Branzino goes by many names, including European sea bass and loup de mer (wolf of the sea). Although it's a popular menu item at some of the finest seafood restaurants in the country, it couldn't be simpler to prepare at home. Since Branzino pairs exceptionally well with sweet citrus fruit, try roasting a fillet with blood oranges and fennel.

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    Nutritional Facts

    Fact Value
    Calories (per #g serving) 110
    Country of Origin TR
    Package Type Vacuum Sealed Pocket
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