Fish to eat in Brazil. Sexta Feira é dia de Bacalhoada.

What’s up, guys!
Today is the Good Friday and, here in Brazil, it’s a tradition not to eat meat, only fish. In our Dica today, we selected some options of fish to eat in Brazil on the Good Friday and the benefits that they bring.

Fish to eat in Brazil

Let’s learn their benefits:

Fishes to eat in Brazil. O salmão.

Salmon: besides being really healthy for our heart, it can be prepared in several forms: baked, grilled and even steamed.

Tuna: in general it comes with salads and sandwiches, it is also common to find it canned. It has a great amount of protein and mineral salts.

Tuna: in general it comes with salads and sandwiches, it is also common to find it canned. It has a great amount of protein and mineral salts.

Sardine: It has a lot of omega-3. The sardine helps avoid cardiovascular diseases and improves blood circulation.

Sardine: it has a lot of omega-3. The sardine helps avoid cardiovascular diseases and improves blood circulation.

Sole fish: this fish has low levels of fat and high levels of selenium, protein, vitamin E and iodine.

Sole fish: this fish has low levels of fat and high levels of selenium, protein, vitamin E and iodine.

Trout: with low levels of calories, the trout is a good option for those who want to lose weight.

Trout: with low levels of calories, the trout is a good option for those who want to lose weight.

Fish to eat in Brazil: Corvine.

Corvine: One of the cheapest options, this fish helps lowering the blood pressure and reducing the risk of stroke.

Cod fish: One of the most typical fishes at Easter

Cod fish: one of the most typical fish at Easter. Very tasty, besides having high levels of vitamins A,E,D and the B complex. The Cod fish is the main ingredient for the most typical dishes at Easter, like Bacalhoada and Torta Capixaba.

That’s it, guys!
We have just learned the most typical fish to eat in Brazil at the Good Friday. How do you celebrate the Good Friday in your country?

What are the most typical fish in your country?

That’s all folks! Hope you enjoyed it, and we’ll wait for you on our next Dica!

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