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‘Eat widely and… small-ly’, would be our school’s sustainability argument when it comes to fish, living and working as we do between two sub-seas that make up the Mediterranean. Most of of us only really eat one or two kinds of fish for years at a time, and even then they are often too ‘big’ (please, ‘big-ly isn’t even a real word). In the interest of having fish for the future, to keep nature’s natural checks in balance and perhaps most of all, to cut down on the consumption of heavy metals, we recommend eating smaller fish.

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