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Kaku Tokudai Fillet

Written By Michelle Koo 09 Jun 2017
Kaku Tokudai is similar to Kaku, in that they roam the crystal clear blue open oceans around the Hawaiian Islands and are rarely seen near shore. Kaku is rich in a natural oil that lends itself well to grilling. However, Kaku Tokudai is extremely unique! Larger in fillet size than Kaku, Kaku Tokudai has a subtle Jade Green Color to it naturally! This is a sign of a complex flavor profile, and is highly sought after by the sushi world. With the high oil content and lean fat content, Kaku Tokudai is best enjoyed, raw, seared or Panko crusted and fried, cooks up snow white and fluffy!