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Blog posts tagged 'Salmon':


Salmon Raised Right: My Visit to Frøya, Norway

February 12th by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 1,311 times • 3 min read

In January, I visited the remote island of Frøya in western Norway: population 4,962. It was a many-hours drive from anywhere, just off the coast and beyond the protection of the fjords — home of the PrimeWaters salmon we now offer. It’s salmon raised right, without antibiotics or growth hormones, and, in my opinion, in one of the most sustainable ways possible.Salmon prepared at Havheim Restaurant, Hotell FrøyaI’m in love with seafood, and...

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Wild Copper River Salmon Splashes Down At Crowd Cow

May 30th, 2018 by Peter Kim • Read 3,213 times • 2 min read

NEWS: Copper River Salmon has returned to Crowd Cow! Claim your share and taste the buttery flavors of a fish born of 300 miles of cold, glacier-fed, fast-running water. As Tom Douglas, a James Beard Award Winner, said it, “It's the most pristine wild salmon in the world.” Growing up in a landlocked town I always equated fish to sticks, or something to serve with chips. Later I encountered buffet tables of pale pink salmon, steamed to...

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The Copper River's First Salmon of the Season

May 23rd, 2018 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 7,588 times • 2 min read

Coming very soon to Crowd Cow! NEWS: Copper River Salmon will be back soon. Enter your email to get the email alert so you won't miss out. Alaska’s Copper River, often said to produce the best salmon in the world, is cold, powerful, and rugged. Each spring right around mid-May, Sockeye are the first salmon to spawn in it, along with a few King. The hard upstream swim those first fish complete requires that they have built-up fat stores for...

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