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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sole_(fish)

Sole is a fish belonging to several families. Generally speaking, they are members of the family Soleidae, but, outside Europe, the name sole is also applied to various other similar flatfish, especially other members of the sole suborder Soleoidei as well as members of the flounder family. In European cookery, there are ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_sole

This gives the fish the possibility of lurking half-buried in the sand for passing prey. The common sole, just like all other flatfishes, hatches as an "ordinary" fish with one eye on each side of the body. The young metamorphose to flatfish when they are about one centimeter long. The upper side is greyish-brown and the ...

fishandkids.msc.org/en/play/fishyfactfiles/sole

Describe Me. Soles are a flatfish with brown scales and an oval shaped body. Their head and mouth are very small. Soles are usually around 40cm long although some grow up to 60cm. They can weigh up to 2kg. Fish Food. Soles feed mainly on crustaceans, which include crabs, lobsters and shrimp. Find Me. Soles live on ...

www.seafoodhealthfacts.org/description-top-commercial-seafood-items/flatfish

Flatfish species including flounder, sole, halibut and turbot are also imported into the United States for consumption as fresh or frozen dressed fish, fillets or blocks. Flounder and sole are imported primarily from Canada, China, Europe, Mexico and Argentina. Halibut is imported primarily from Canada, China and Europe.

www.chefs-resources.com/seafood/finfish/sole-varieties-species/true-dover-sole

When purchasing Dover Sole the first thing to consider is whether it is a True Dover Sole, or a Pacific Dover Sole. They are not the same fish, and although Pacific Dover is a good fish, True Dover is a great fish. True Dover is really (truly) a Sole, whereas Pacific Dover is a Flounder, not a Sole. There is a big difference in ...

www.chefs-resources.com/seafood/finfish/sole-varieties-species

There are many varieties of fish which are called “Sole” but are actually Flounder. The choice of the word “Sole” is a marketing ploy probably originally aimed at aligning these fish with the True Dover Sole which was so popular in Europe and ... Check-out the pages above and let us know what you think of the info!

www.britannica.com/animal/sole-fish-family

Sole: Sole, any of a variety of flatfishes, but, more strictly, those of the family Soleidae (order Pleuronectiformes). Soles in this restricted sense constitute about 30 genera and 130 species of flatfishes found in temperate and tropical seas. Like numerous other flatfishes, soles are flattened, more.

www.recipetips.com/glossary-term/t--34471/sole.asp

Sole cooking information, facts and recipes. A saltwater fish found in the Atlantic off the U.S. and European coasts. There are five species found in the Atlantic waters near the U.S., but none are particularly good for eating.

www.fishchoice.com/buying-guide/dover-sole

Dover sole from the Pacific has a mild taste and delicate texture, although it is not as mild as European Dover sole. Since flatfish quality ... They also recommend against purchasing these fish whole since soft-fleshed fish may not be detected until after they've been filleted. Availability of ... Nutrition facts. Serving Size: 100g  ...