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Blog posts tagged 'Wild Caught':


Learn to Cook Lobster Like the Pros: 5 Favorite Lobster Recipes from Ready Seafood

December 17th, 2020 by Kaleigh Jurgensmeyer • Read 31,439 times • 3 min read

We recently got in an exclusive batch of 7-8 oz lobster tails — nearly twice the size of standard tails — just in time for the holidays! These are extremely rare and hard to find, making up just 1% of lobster production. XL Tails (left) come in a pack of two — that makes 14-16 oz lobster meat!We feel especially lucky to be sourcing from Ready Seafood directly so that our customers can try these extra meaty tails for themselves, even if they...

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Salmon Raised Right: My Visit to Frøya, Norway

February 12th, 2020 by Joe Heitzeberg • Read 6,061 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-Caught vs. Aquaculture (Farm-Raised) Fish: Myths and Facts

December 11th, 2019 by Kaleigh Jurgensmeyer • Read 33,982 times • 5 min read

Sustainable Seafood Sampler featuring Arctic Char, Black Cod, and Copper River Sockeye SalmonIn a lot of the popular press, there seems to be a general desire to simplify the world with a “good” versus “bad” view on any given issue. Farm-raised versus wild-caught seafood is no different — and there are a lot of misconceptions about each.Many (mistakenly) believe that farm-raised seafood is bad, and wild-caught fish is always the premium...

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