If you are willing to look at some ugly fish, you might discover a whole ocean of possibilities, most of them very sustainable.
Salmon is one of America’s favorite fish. It’s easy to cook and it has a meaty flavor that appeals to our meat-heavy tastes. Sadly, the popularity...
Now, we’re seeing an increasing demand for sustainable seafood among the general public, not just the environmentally conscious.
Some environmental organizations are advocating taking fish off the menu, but that’s throwing the baby out with the bathwater. Still, we should heed the warnings of the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF).
I recently found a way of cooking frozen fish that is easy, quick and very flavorful.
A consumer advocacy group in California has found higher amounts of this metal in supermarket fish than allowed by federal regulations.
These little canned fish have a lot more nutrition than the usual frozen fish fillets we see all the time in people’s freezers.
There are lots of other fish in the sea that are both delicious and sustainable.
Like most of the best dishes from around the world, bouillabaisse was originally a peasant dish.
It might interest you to know that most shellfish, like clams, mussels, shrimp and oysters, also contain most of these same important nutrients.