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In America tinned fish is cheap grocery store food, a convenient commodity for a hasty sandwich at best. Along much of the Mediterranean—and especially in Spain—it's at the complete opposite of the culinary spectrum. Tinned fish lis treated as somethings special. It's a star ingredient, not relegated to a mix of mayo. Great tinned fish is eaten on its own, straight from the tin, prized for its flavor, that, while distinct from fresh fish, is equally compelling.
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