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Fish tongue is in fact "cod" tongues, quite commonly eaten in Newfoundland and Scandinavia. The “cod tongue” is actually a somewhat gelatinous Y-shaped morsel of flesh from the jaw or throat area of the cod. It has a succulent, soft centre and a delicious meaty taste.  
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