Wild Caught & Aquacultured
FISH COOKING GUIDE
|Seafood Cut||Method||Temp||Avg Time||Finish Temp|
|Fish Fillet||Sear||Med-High||4-7 mins||145 °F|
|Fish Fillet||Bake||375 °F||15-20 mins||145 °F|
|Fish Fillet||Grill||425 °F||10-15 mins||145 °F|
Note:The above guidelines are only guard rails. Average time depends on temperature, size/amount of meat and type of fish. Always check color and texture of fish fillets regularly.
FISH NUTRITIONAL COMPARISON
|Copper River Sockeye||259||28 grams||16 grams|
|Atlantic Salmon||235||23 grams||15 grams|
|Artic Char||230||21 grams||16 grams|
|Black Cod||283||20 grams||22 grams|
|Lingcod||85||18 grams||1 gram|
|Pacific Cod||73||17 grams||1 gram|
|Halibut||125||25 grams||2 grams|
Note:The above nutritional averages are based on 4oz portions.
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If you buy your fish from Crowd Cow - you can be certain it is from a sustainable source.
Sustainably-caught fish are fish caught in an environmental-first wild fishery that manages fish populations and considers the long-term vitality of harvested species and the well-being of the oceans. This concept was first supported through a sustainable seafood movement in the 1990s. In order to match seafood demand across the world, part of a true sustainable fish program is striking a balance between wild-caught fish and farm fish.