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Tasty sauces for fish dishes won't scotch nutritional aim

By Betty Shimabukuro

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 11, 2014

~~<p>Sometimes in our attempts to eat better, we do a little bit right and a little bit wrong. It's that old two-steps-forward-one-step-back thing, in food form.</p>
<p>Gordon Wong took note of the problem in a recent phone call. He said he was trying to eat more fish as part of improving his diet, and while he knew he should grill or broil rather than fry, he wanted to make some sauces that would not reverse the good he was trying to do.</p>
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Sometimes in our attempts to eat better, we do a little bit right and a little bit wrong. It's that old two-steps-forward-one-step-back thing, in food form.

Gordon Wong took note of the problem in a recent phone call. He said he was trying to eat more fish as part of improving his diet, and while he knew he should grill or broil rather than fry, he wanted to make some sauces that would not reverse the good he was trying to do. Login for more...



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