I noticed that Faroe Island salmon is showing up on more menus. Learn why this farmed salmon looks and tastes so much better than the competition.
When I think Atlantic salmon, I don't usually think of the state of Washington and I assume you don't either. In my mind, the Pacific Northwest is the land of wild salmon. But according to the San Francisco Chronicle, Washington is the largest domestic producer of farmed-raised finfish, which includes an annual yield of 17... Continue Reading →
ISA is a virus that is related to the flu and infects the red blood cells of Atlantic salmon. In the tight confines of salmon farms it can spread slowly or hit quick.