Something missing from the Israeli supermarket: A fresh fish counter in every store, next to the meat counter, for example. No, the intention isn't to bring back the tub of live carp - remembered with a shudder - at certain grocery stores, but rather counters featuring a variety of fish for sale. The seller would clean, slice and fillet them, and also give advice concerning handling and preparation, as is done at a butcher shop or at the cheese and deli counters of large markets.
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