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Rays Bream

A large fish of the Bramidae family, growing up to about 70cm, inhabiting the waters around the of the mid-Atlantic between Massachusetts and Portugal. In summer these solitary fish venture into the English Channel.

It has pale-pink flesh, which is formed into long strands, in the manner of skate; and is best poached in a court-bouillon. See 'Court Bouillon'

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