Think fresh seafood is better than frozen? Consider where all the fresh seafood comes from. While it’s transported from the remote reaches of the ocean where it’s caught to the dock, to the market, to the display case, it’s slowly spoiling. It could be days from catch to your table, and by then it’s far from fresh. Our seafood is frozen within hours of catch, usually while still at sea, locking in the fresh flavor and preserving it until you’re ready to prepare it. Remember the opposite of fresh is rotten, not frozen.
Childhood obesity tripled from the 70s to the turn of the millennium. Portion control is an effective way of making sure our kids (and ourselves) stay within our recommended daily amount. While perusing the webs for delicious seafood recipes we fell in love with this salmon slider recipe from Jessica at How Sweet It Is. […]Read More