Fish tales: Kai Ika bringing fish heads to those that need (and want) them most

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With Aotearoa’s fish stocks under pressure from over-fishing, the way we consume fish becomes a vitally important issue. Many New Zealanders, particularly Pākehā, eat only the fillets of the fish and tend to discard those delicious and nutritious parts that the late chef Anthony Bourdain approvingly labelled the nasty bits. These wasteful habits mean we need to take more fish out of the ocean and further endanger our natural resources. In a time of rising costs when many people are struggling to put food on the table, this profligacy is inexcusable.

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