HEB question

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  1. sugarlove

    sugarlove Full Member

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    Trying a green day today for a change.

    Have got some Tesco frozen Alaskan Pollock in and was wondering whether I could use this for my HEB? I couldn't find it listed in the SW book, but it states on the packet that it's white fish.

    Can anyone help please :)
     
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  3. jaylou

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    Pollock is usually used in place of haddock so I would have 142g for your B choice.
     
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    Pollock (or pollack, either spelling) is a white fish something like cod or haddock, although sometimes it can look a little greyish when raw.

    So whatever the amount is for cod or haddock, you could use that.

    We will be seeing more of it in the future as it is being pushed as a substitute for the more well-known fish which are becoming scarce because of overfishing.

    And - if you have ever had any fish fingers, they were probably made with pollock (unless they specifically say otherwise).
     
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    thanks a lot.
    They are really nice breaded and dipped in egg with SW chips. :)
     
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