San Dab refers to a small flatfish found in the French Polynesia island waters which has a sweet, delicately moist flesh that's quite low in fat. Sand Dabs are marketed whole and usually range from 4 to 12 ounces. They can be prepared by almost any cooking method including baking, broiling, poaching and sauteing. French Polynesia is an overseas territory of France. It lies in the Pacific Ocean, about 4,500 kilometres south of Hawaii. The territory is made up of about 120 islands scattered over an area about the size of western Europe. These islands consist mainly of the Austral, Gambier, Marquesas, Society, and Tuamotu island groups. Papeete, on Tahiti--one of the Society islands--is the territory's capital.
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