How (and Why!) to Stock a Sustainable Sea Pantry

How (and Why!) to Stock a Sustainable Sea Pantry

For quite some time, the traditional foods we consider “pantry items” – goods we keep on hand in the freezer, refrigerator, and cabinet – have been in need of a big update. For the sake of both human health and ocean health, it is time for us to get a taste of the...
The 4 Main Ways to Sustainably Farm Fish

The 4 Main Ways to Sustainably Farm Fish

Contrary to popular belief, aquaculture is not a wholly modern phenomenon. In fact, it started thousands of years ago with a little thing called the pond. In Neolithic China, the farmed fish of choice was carp. In ancient Egypt, tilapia.  Cut to today, and fish...
5 Farmed Fish Myths to Stop Believing

5 Farmed Fish Myths to Stop Believing

The world’s fish stocks are being depleted at an alarming rate. With over 4.6 million fishing boats in the water worldwide, the oceans are fished 90% fished to capacity.  Thankfully, the news is not all bad.  Aquaculture done right can help to support ocean...
Top 10 Ways to Eat Seaweed Beyond Sushi 

Top 10 Ways to Eat Seaweed Beyond Sushi 

HOW have you had seaweed and kelp in dishes? For many of us, the nori around our sushi and seaweed salads are likely the only ways we’ve ever enjoyed it. While these are both  fantastic introductions to the curious world of seaweed, there are myriad ways to try...
5 Ways to Make Sustainable, Non-Local Seafood Choices

5 Ways to Make Sustainable, Non-Local Seafood Choices

“Buy local.” This sustainability refrain has become so common it’s now part of our vernacular—and with good reason. Buying local tends to strengthen local economies and minimize pollution by cutting out transporting food over long distances.  But, where fish and...