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The yellowtail is
included in a group of sushi
fish called the “Big Three Yellowtails”. They
consist of yellowtail, yellowtail
amberjack, and amberjack. These three fishes are classed as a luxury
are all related, and similar in nature, but the yellowtail is
most valuable. It is best during the winter, when it has a very oily
The flesh is light red, and rich with deep flavors.
When speaking of sushi, the hamachi is incorrectly referred as the yellowtail (buri) very often.
both the same,
however, hamachi is the farmed
version of yellowtail. (please see description of
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The yellowtail sushi during its best season has
difficulty seasoning soy sauce to it for its high oil content. The soy
sauce literally gets 'repelled' off the fish. Although the yellowtail is
rich, the oils have a clear, and sweet aftertaste which is accompanied
with a bold taste of the flesh.
in Sushi Fish
yellowtail sushi: Nigiri
for Yellowtail: Wasabi
Ponzu instead of soy sauce for hamachi)