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Can you tell the difference between haddock and cod from chip shops?? If so which do you consider to be superior?? Personally haddock is the fish for me, anyone else got any views on this??

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They clearly do not!!!! Haddock is a smooth juicy silky fish whereas cod is as dry and a nun!! Haddock, clearly is the preferable fish!! :rant: :rant: :rant:

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I genuinely can't tell teh difference from the local chip shop!!

 

Whether that's because I've never had them cooked well or not, I don't know, but from ANY chippy I just can't tell the difference!

 

When I cook them from fresh I can, and I like them both - I'd proably go for cod, though.

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They clearly do not!!!! Haddock is a smooth juicy silky fish whereas cod is as dry and a nun!! Haddock, clearly is the preferable fish!! :rant: :rant: :rant:

 

If your cod is dry, it's been badly cooked.

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Haddock has bigger flakes and tastes very slightly stronger.I like them both,but Haddock is becoming more popular.

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Can you tell the difference between haddock and cod from chip shops?? If so which do you consider to be superior?? Personally haddock is the fish for me, anyone else got any views on this??

yes i can tell the difference, useually about 30 pence..:thumbsup:

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Haddock kicks Cod's ass!!!

didnt know haddock had ass's:confused:

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didnt know haddock had ass's:confused:

Halibut rules ! Beats them all :thumbsup:

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didnt know haddock had ass's:confused:

 

did i say haddocks did?? :P

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