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Which Fish to Eat in May?

Updated: Aug 9, 2022

Fish is one of the most preferred foods among people who eat healthily. The fishes have a high nutritional value and contain high minerals such as phosphorus, and calcium. Thus, it becomes the first choice of those who want to eat more protein. According to experts, every person should eat fish at least 2 or 3 times a week. So, when we think to cheer up your beautiful spring tables one question comes to our minds which fish to eat in May?

As the weather got warmer, people started meeting with their loved ones and friends. As a result, the taste of long and pleasant tables becomes joy and full of happiness. The first thing that comes to the minds of those who want to have both tasty and healthy dishes on these tables is fish!


So, which fish to eat in May? May is one of the months with the most diversity. In May, sea creatures and fishes are abundant in the seas. That is why we have countless options to choose what we eat.


In May, you can continue to consume such fish as silverfish, seabass, seabream, haddock, whiting fish, and sturgeon. This fish retains its taste in May. For those who want to switch to new tastes, it is a good option to consume fish such as red mullet, barbel, flounder, swordfish, and black scorpionfish.


Consuming winter fish in May is not recommended. Fish of the winter months, such as

horse-mackerel, anchovies, and bonito, lose their fat. That’s the reason why the winter fishes do not taste the same in spring. Dec-May is not among the fish that will be consumed. But you can continue to eat thornbut in May. Thornbut fish continues to retain its nutritional values and fat.


In this article, we have told you about what fish are edible and not very recommended to be eaten in the month of fish. If you like our article, we are waiting for you to experience the most delicious fish in May at Sunmare. For those who are wondering, the fish calendar of the whole year is also here, you can review it.



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