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

Documentary “Counting Fish” Sheds Light On Fishermen/NOAA Rift

Recently the Discovery Channel showed "Sacred Cod" which looked into the divide that separates Fishermen and NOAA's fishery scientists here in New England. Fishermen have said for years that the methods used in the trawl surveys are flawed and that cod is much more abundant in the Gulf of Maine than scientists claim. The extremely … Continue reading Documentary “Counting Fish” Sheds Light On Fishermen/NOAA Rift

Japanese Tapeworm Found in American Wild Salmon

For those who like their salmon on the rare side, time to be more careful as that prime piece of wild Alaskan salmon may be infected by D. nihonkaiense, a member of a genus of tapeworms that can infect humans. This particular species, the Japanese broad tapeworm is the second leading cause of diphyllobothriasis (tapeworm … Continue reading Japanese Tapeworm Found in American Wild Salmon