Writer Paul Greenberg discusses how we've eaten our way through bass because of overfishing and the how the term "bass" is used to substitute different types of fish. He mentions Chilean sea bass, branzino and basa, a Vietnamese catfish. Greenberg talks about seafood trends and the current state of the oceans. His sea bass article appears in the April 13 edition of The New York Times Magazine.
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