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Fish finger

Fish fingers (British English) or fish sticks (American English), are a processed food made using a whitefish, such as cod, haddock or pollock, which has been battered or breaded. They are commonly available in the frozen food section of supermarkets. They can be baked in the oven, grilled, shallow fried, or deep-fried.

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An evolutionary process that has arisen the birth of rapid frozen fish sticks. Minced cod is frozen solid and is sent to a facility where it will be turned into fish sticks.

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