The head of environmental responsibility for Seafish, said: "Choosing alternative species helps to ease the pressure on stocks of more traditional fish." ..." a bland white fish you can add flavours to is fine. People don't want strong-tasting fish by and large."
The attempt to put us off a nice piece of haddock, or cod, the aim of decrying a finest cuts tinned salmon on a fresh lettuce from the garden with salad cream, then peaches in syrup with jelly (various flavours) and condensed milk, is a vile attack upon our tea.
Sea bass is an alien fish form that substitutes for decent food. A fishy version of spam. Reject it, and reject langoustine and squid too. While you are carrying the banner for higher teas, turn back the white burgundy tide and the battered and deep fried marrow flowers; and the ditto porcini mushrooms.
There are limits to substituting one food for another and in sea bass they have been reached and over-reached.
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