Dip - A number of similar chemicals are used in processing seafoods to help
retain moisture, and sometimes to improve the appearance by whitening.
The use of dips is long established and so far as is known, harmless.
It is common in other parts of the food industry.
Dragger - A term interchangeable with a fishing trawler boat. Draggers tow a large net.
Drawn Fish - Entrails, gills and scales removed. Since entrails cause rapid spoilage, drawn fish have a longer storage life.
Dressed Fish - Completely cleaned but with head on (head removed is usually called
pan-dressed). Both forms are ready for stuffing and are generally
cooked in one piece.