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Bonito (Sarda Sarda) Record

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BONITO / SARDA SARDA
2 4 4.70 10.6 St. Raphael France 300902 H. Ansquer
4 8 6.10 13.7 St. Raphael France 270902 H. Ansquer
6 12 6.15 13.9   Madeira 150680 K. Muskat
8 16 4.90 10.13 Frejus France 260902 P.Sebile
10 20 8.33 18.10 Piemencon France 200902 J.Castagno
AT AT 8.33 18.10 Piemencon France 200902 J.Castagno
Bonito is a name given to various species of medium-sized, predatory fish of the genus Sarda, in the mackerel family, especially the common or Atlantic bonito (Sarda sarda) and the Pacific bonito (Sarda chiliensis).

Bonito meat has a firm texture and a darkish color. The meat of young or small bonito can be of lighter color, close to that of skipjack tuna, and is sometimes used as a cheaper substitute of skipjack, especially for canning purposes. Bonito may not be marketed as tuna in all countries, however. The bonito has a moderate fat content.

 

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