Fresh Fish

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Fresh Fish is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!.

Fresh Fish
Fresh Fish icon.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Unlocked
Cost
$850
Prep Type
No HS
Menu Price
$12
Cook Time(s)
15 seconds
Burn Time
12 seconds
Booster(s)
  • Healthy Eats
  • Seafood Classic
  • All Time Classic
Detractor(s)
  • Trashy Food
  • Menu Rot
  • Morning Aroma
Origin
Water


Description[edit | edit source]

Originating all over the globe, it is highly likely that fish were among one of the first foods to be eaten by early humans. This is especially due to their preferred habitat being bodies of water and the coincidental need for humans to remain hydrated and fed in order to live. This fact has given rise to the common phrase spoken between survivalists; "where there are fish, there is water, and where there is water, there is life, specifically fish."

Fish are available in a variety of species in all shapes and sizes, and are also eaten by a variety of species in all shapes and sizes. This has more recently led to many fish gathering together into "schools" in an attempt to educate themselves in proper defensive measures when being hunted by a hungry predator. This in turn has led to humans fashioning nets specifically designed to capture fish when they are otherwise preoccupied in school.

Today, fish are often enjoyed with tartar sauce.


Recipes[edit | edit source]

01. Tilapia
Tilapia
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

02. Albacore
Albacore
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

03. Red Snapper
Red Snapper
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

04. Mackerel
Mackerel
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

05. Mahi Mahi Tuna
Mahi Mahi Tuna
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

06. Salmon
Salmon
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

07. Blue Fin Tuna
Blue Fin Tuna
After placing the ordered fish on the cutting board, cut the head, body and tail off, then season.

Trivia[edit | edit source]