Salmon from Market to Plate, When You Want to Eat Salmon That Is Good for You and the Oceans
The quintessential cookbook for the conscientious cook who wants to maintain a sustainable salmon kitchen. More
The cliché, knowledge is power is more relevant than ever when you want to maintain a sustainable seafood kitchen. When it comes to salmon—with all the buying choices, catch phrases, and eco-labels—buying salmon can be overwhelming. Seafood advocate and cook Maureen C. Berry shows you how to be a sustainable salmon shopper and conscientious cook.
With an informed voice, Maureen defines sustainable salmon and why you should care. She explores the differences between wild and farmed salmon. Then you’ll head to the market for smart shopping tips and on to the kitchen to create inviting, easy-to-prepare recipes that will appeal to beginners with little or no experience or to cooks who want to impress. And for cooks who want to up their game in the kitchen, Maureen shares ten recipes from sensational chefs and organizations that support ocean conservation and sustainable fisheries.
Lastly, she offers a trustworthy buying guide and sustainable seafood resources section for the reader who is hungry for more information.
Salmon From Market To Plate is the first book in The Sustainable Seafood Kitchen series. It is a full color, 200-page, part history, part cookbook for the quintessential quick guide for anyone who wants to buy and eat salmon that is good for you, the planet and our growing global population.
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