Wrasse refers to a small, ugly-looking, black and white rock fish with delicate flesh and an excellent flavor. Large head with a regular body that tapers towards the tail. There are both yellow wrasse (sand) and a green variety (seaweed). Both make delicious fish soup, either alone or with other rockfish.

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