Sustainable Seafood From Canada

Here are some short, but information-packed promotional videos by FisheriesCanada promoting the vast array of sustainable Canadian seafood products. It's not enough to just to say something is sustainable, as a consumer it's in your best interest to learn more about how your dinner was caught or raised. This next video focuses on sustainable aquaculture … Continue reading Sustainable Seafood From Canada

Sushi And Sailing: Gloucester’s Latitude 43 And Schooner Ardelle

Once a month in the summer, my friend Captain Harold Burnham of the Schooner Ardelle invites me aboard to drink beer and tell stories of Gloucester history.  Harold, an 11th generation Essex shipwright and a National Endowment Fellow built this 55-foot pinky schooner using local white oak and traditional methods, which sails from her berth … Continue reading Sushi And Sailing: Gloucester’s Latitude 43 And Schooner Ardelle

Seafood Review: Love The Wild’s Line of Sustainable Fish Entrees

Recently I read a few articles online about a seafood company that has been backed by Leonardo DiCaprio called Love The Wild. The Actor/Activist/Smooth Customer is dedicated to the health of our oceans and is a big supporter of sustainable and responsible aquaculture. Although I am a supporter of wild-caught fish and traditional fishing communities, … Continue reading Seafood Review: Love The Wild’s Line of Sustainable Fish Entrees

Nasty Sushi Parasite On The Rise In Western Countries

Sushi, ceviche, crudo, poke...all of them seem crazy popular right now from what I see online and I understand why. Raw or "acid cooked" fish tastes great, looks great, and if prepared correctly, has no ill-health effects. However as I talked about in my post about sushi grade fish, if the products are not stored … Continue reading Nasty Sushi Parasite On The Rise In Western Countries