Lamproie refers to an eel-like fish caught in the estuaries of Pays de la Loire Region of France cooked in walnut oil , also called Lamproie à la Chinonaise

Lamproie is called Lamprey in English and refers an eel-like, parasitic migratory fish usually caught in rivers but can also be found in the sea. Lamproies are cooked in France in varieties of ways, some of the dishes are Lamproie à la Bordelaise, Lamproie à la Chinonaise, Pâté de Lamproie.

Lamproie is also known as Sept Trous, Sept Yeux.

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