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  1. The fish called basa is served everywhere Lakeside, from the American Legion to the the majority of places selling fish tacos. It does not taste like fish and is the cheapest fish filet sold in Walmart. It was once called swai, but has changed to basa to give the impression that it is some kind of bass. Its real name is pangasius, a catfish from the rivers of Vietnam. Know what you are buying and where it is from. One restaurant in Chapala tried to tell me that what they buy is domestically raised basa, pure bunk. I know I won't eat it and informed, you probably shouldn't either. This fish is now banned in three states; Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Yuk!
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