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In a world where we enjoy over 3,000 kinds of blue foods and over 6,000 types of plants, what we know as the seafood boil has literally been “boiled down” to only a handful of ingredients. While sometimes simple really is better, in my mind, it’s fantastic to have diversity in your seafood boil!
It’s easy to stick to seafood staples like salmon, tuna, and shrimp, but there are SO many other alternatives to this popular trio that are also super delicious and sustainable. Try one of these blue foods and make them a part of your Sea Pantry!
It’s no secret that making sustainable fish and seafood choices can be challenging—especially if you don’t live on the coast or near a river or lake. But, there’s hope! Here are four ways to buy sustainable seafood when you don’t live near the water.
If we stock our fridge, freezer, and cabinets with sustainable seafoods, seaweeds, and sea vegetables, we can expand our palates, boost our health, and protect the planet at the same time. When we have these “Blue Foods” on hand, they’re ready for us to cook anytime and day of the week!
Just as there are several different ways to farm tomatoes, there are multiple ways to farm fish. Check out these four aquaculture methods!
Farmed fish and seafood often gets a bad rap. Here are five myths about farmed seafood that we need to overcome!
For many of us, sushi and seaweed salad are the only way we’ve eaten seaweed. But today, you can find seaweed in SO many delicious forms – it’s become one of the most important ingredients in my Sea Pantry. Here are 10 ways to get creative with eating seaweed!
Where fish and seafood are concerned, buying local is not always the most sustainable choice. As a seafood eater, in order to buy local—sustainably—you have to know which fish species are being caught with the correct gear and no bycatch, which is not always possible. Here are five ways to supplement your diet with non-local, sustainable seafood choices!
One of the key ways I take the guesswork (and intimidation) out of cooking for one is by always having a well-stocked Sea Pantry so I can always whip up nutritious, delicious, climate-conscious meals. The Sea Pantry helps me tackle the unique challenges of cooking for one, like avoiding food waste, repurposing leftovers, scaling ingredients, and more.