Arrowtooth Flounder

Arrowtooth Flounder

Flounder, Arrowtooth

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Arrowtooth flounder are found from Northern California through the Bering Sea. Their eggs and larvae are found in the water column, generally at depths greater than 400 meters; juveniles and adults live on the ocean floor. They’re most common on sand or sandy gravel habitat and occasionally over low-relief rock-sponge bottoms.During the summer, arrowtooth flounder feed in shallow water on the continental shelf. They migrate to deep water over the continental slope to spawn in the winter. Arrowtooth flounder is a delicate white fish with a mild, sweet flavor. It’s commonly marketed for engawa, a type of sushi, and as fillets.(Courtesy of NMFS Fishwatch)

Nutritional Information

NMFS Fishwatch provides readers with valuable nutritional information on seafood. Find below the Table of Nutrition for Arrowtooth Flounder provided by Fishwatch
Servings 1
Serving Weight 100 g (raw)
Calories 91
Protein 18.84 g
Fat, total 1.19 g
Saturated fatty acids, total 0.283 g
Carbohydrate0 g
Sugars, total0 g
Fiber, total dietary 0 g
Cholesterol 48 mg
Selenium 32.7 mcg
Sodium 81 mg
According to Fishwatch, flounder is a good, low-fat source of B vitamins and an excellent source of niacin
More information from NOAA's Fishwatch

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