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What Is Hoki?
Hoki is not present in the UK but on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of South America, in seas around New Zealand, southern Australia, South Africa and other areas. They are lengthy, thin fish that grow up to 1.3 metres and are common at depths of 10-1000 metres. Hoki meat is soft, juicy and tastes mildly sweet, and, once cooked, produces a medium flake. After cooking, its sweet taste is identical to that of haddock. It is tastier than any other white fish due to its higher fat content and still mild flavour.