Anchovies are gregarious and pelagic fish, from the same family as sardines.
They have a bluish loin and a silver-colored longitudinal stripe, being longer than sardines.
They are closer to the coastline in springtime.
They are sold in many ways such as fresh, smoked, semi-preserved, without thermal treatment, in oil, in vinegar, pickled and marinated.
Their level of freshness is better seen in entire pieces. One serving should weigh from 200 to 250 grams. They are blue, common salt-water forage fish.
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