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Hake is a whitefish with a moist, flaky texture and a subtle flavour, like a milder version of cod. It is also sometimes known as ling or whiting, although in the UK, "whiting" is used to mean a different, less tasty fish.

This fish responds best to simple cooking, and can be fried or poached, or used in fish soup.