Seafood, particularly oily fish and fish roe, featured prominently in traditional diets – even among landlocked peoples who went to great lengths to acquire these life-giving foods; however, over-fishing, labor issues and pollution of ocean waters make choosing healthy, sustainable and ethical seafoods challenging.
In this simple Q & A, Martin from I Love Blue Sea – a company specializing in sustainable seafood – and I sit down to chat about choosing safe, affordable and ethically sourced fish and shellfish while also answering questions emailed in by Nourished Kitchen readers.
Interview with Martin of I Love Blue Sea
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Where to Get Sustainable Seafood
- Visit I Love Blue Sea which offers sustainable seafood including fish, shellfish, and roe.
- You can also find sustainable seafoods on Nourished Kitchen’s resources page.
Monterrey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch
- Seafood Watch from the Monterrey Bay Aquarium helps you to determine healthy, safe and sustainable seafood choices.
Sustainable Seafood Recipes
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