Sunday, September 8th, 2013

Recipe Rosemary Lime Wild Caught Salmon

by Kristen Suzanne in fish, ghee, gluten free

Wild caught salmon is a staple in our diet now, and it is soooo good. As most of you know, salmon provides anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids as well as a number of other key nutrients for a healthy body (protein, phosphorous, vitamins D, B12, B3, and selenium). If you missed my last post on how to thaw and properly store fish, check it out.

Wild Caught King Salmon

Wild Caught King Salmon

When we were vegan, the one thing Greg really missed was fish, so as you can imagine… when we went to a high quality omnivore diet, he was stoked to eat fish again. However, we don’t eat just any salmon. It must be wild caught or we’ll have nothing to do with it. Wild caught fish is healthier for the environment and for us. Oh, Kamea loves when I make wild caught salmon, too.

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Thursday, September 5th, 2013

How To Thaw And Store Fish

by Kristen Suzanne in fish, wild caught salmon

I buy my fish from two sources in most cases: 1) the farmer market and 2) online through Vital Choice. In either case, it means that my fish arrives frozen.

Vital Choice Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon

Vital Choice Wild Caught Sockeye Salmon

I was watching Alton Brown one night and he was doing a whole show on the importance of “wild caught” fish like salmon (better for the environment, better for the fish, and better for you). During the show he demonstrated a great way to thaw fish (or store your fresh fish). Here’s the gist of it…

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