Any firm white-fleshed fish, such as cod or halibut, may be substituted for the sea bass. Before cooking, quickly check for errant bones by running your fingers lightly over each fillet. If you detect any bones, remove them with needle-nosed pliers or a paring knife, pulling them straight out to avoid tearing the fish.
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