Bastard Halibuts - Hirame

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      Flounder, It is the name for the white flat fishes that are typically served at the beginning of a course of sushi. Due to Flounder living in the sands at the bottom of the ocean the diner might discern a faint earthy taste. Hirame’s season is the cold of winter or autumn. Halibut, which is often what people think Hirame (i.e. ‘flat eyes’ in Japanese Kanji) is, should be called Ohyo. It is fished on North America’s East Coast. Flat fish or Flatheads are generally called ‘Kochi.’