Giant Perch, Palmer, Cockup, Bekti, Nairfish, Silver Barramundi and Australian Seabass.
Here’s a fun fact: Barramundi begin life as males, then, when they reach the age of reason—three to five in fish years, they see how confining that is and transform themselves into females. ;-) OK, OK, it isn’t really about the attitude, just the most efficient way to propagate the species.
Barramundi is reportedly a name given to the fish by indigenous Australians, and it means “large-scaled silver fish.” It is also called “Passion Fish.” In an Australian Aborigine Dreamtime legend—part creation story—the barramundi transforms itself into the moon. Whatever its origins, the barramundi is a type of sea bass. It is recommended for its sweet, buttery flavor and is packed with omega-3 fatty acids. Seafood Watch rates it a “Good Alternative.”
Barramundi with Red Peppers and Olives