Pollock is a relative of cod, found in the North Pacific Ocean (Bering Sea, shores of Kamchatka, Korea). Pollock intended for fresh sale is frozen on the vessel that caught it. The meat of this fish does not have a strong taste and is rather dry, so seasonings are added to it. By varying them, the taste of pollock can be given a wide variety of shades. It tastes best stewed or baked. However, it is also boiled, fried, dried, and prepared into soups, snacks, and pies. Pollock has excellent nutritional properties and a rich composition; it regulates blood sugar, has antioxidant properties, strengthens the gums, and is beneficial for the whole body.