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What is the difference between a fish filet and fish steak?

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The difference is that :

a fish steak is a cross-section of the fish, containing the backbone and any other bones that were not removed prior,

whereas a fish fillet is taken from the side of the fish,cutting (filleting) the meat off of the backbone and usually attempting to leave out any other bones.
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