(Continued from page 1) Sometimes a little finesse is required to get customers to try new fish, or in the case of bluefish, to convince them to try again a fish they haven’t liked in the past. A popular sport fish in New England, bluefish is an oily species that quickly takes on strong, fishy flavors. To make matters worse, commercially caught bluefish traditionally has not been treated well. “Fishermen don’t like what bluefish do to their gear, so they just treated ...

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