The Benefits of Eating Salmon
Salmon is an amazing superfood loaded with anti-inflammatory omega-3s, muscle building protein, immune system modulating vitamin D, and lots of other vitamins and minerals like B12, B6, vitamin A, niacin, taurine, phosphorus, potassium, etc.
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- Wild caught Sockeye Salmon from clean, cold, pristine Alaskan waters (never farmed)
- No chemicals, dyes, hormones, antibiotics
- Our salmon is harvested during the height of the Alaskan salmon season, and flash-frozen at the time of catch to lock-in both flavor and freshness
- Always caught by using responsible fishing methods
Here’s an Easy Salmon Recipe to Help You Get More of this Amazing Superfood into Your Diet:
- Coconut oil
- 1 salmon filet
- Salt and pepper (Himalayan is a good choice)
Turn filet skin side up and squeeze edges of filet so that you can easily score the skin. The scoring is key because it helps the fish to cook more evenly and it also stops the fish from curling up on the skin side. I use this method for skinless fish as well, like cod. It will look like this:
Heat pan on medium-high heat and cover both sides of filet with salt and pepper. Place filets skin side down and let the skin crisp up. You can see how cooked through they are by looking at the side. Flip and finish cooking. You can add halved cherry tomatoes to the pan for some color and we served it with mashed potatoes and arugula in the photo.