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Glacier 51 Toothfish


Buy Chilean Sea Bass

What is Chilean Sea Bass?

Chilean Sea Bass, also known as Toothfish, is a fish that is commonly found in the waters of the Pacific Ocean. It is a highly sought-after fish with broad flakes, a buttery mouthfeel and a clean, slightly sweet finish with hints of umami. The mild taste of Sea Bass lends to its popularity and versatility. It is also a very lean fish, with only 1 gram of fat per 4-ounce serving. It should be cooked to an internal temperature of 145° F.

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Chilean Sea Bass Cooking Guide

Sea Bass is best cooked by baking, broiling, or grilling.

Fillet # Method Stove/Oven Temp Avg Time Finish Temp
1-2 fillets Sear Med-High 8-10 mins 145°F
2 or more Grill 375°F 9-12 mins 145°F
4 or more Oven 400°F 20-25 mins 145°F

Note: The above guidelines are only guardrails. Average time depends on size/amount of meat. Stoves and pans vary in performance as well; so to achieve perfectly cooked Chilean Sea Bass, always check color and texture regularly.

Chilean Sea Bass FAQ

Should my package be vacuum sealed?

Yes, this product will arrive in a tightly sealed tray, called a skin-pack.

Is Glacier 51 Toothfish traceable?

Yes, the product will come with a QR Code on the package.

Is the Glacier 51 Toothfish certified sustainable?

Yes. It is MSC Certified, SeafoodWatch recommended and 100% Carbon Neutral

Where does the Glacier 51 Toothfish come from?

Vessels operate in two fishing zones of Australia’s sub-Antarctic territories. These are Heard Island, south-west of Western Australia, and Macquarie Island, south-east of Tasmania.