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5 Reasons Why Wild Alaska Salmon Is Different From Farmed Salmon

Published October 20, 2022

Everything you’d want to know about one of our favorite fish

In the spirit of Know Your Fishmonger — knowing who catches your fish, where, and how — we’re offering the best quality of the most popular fish in the U.S. — salmon — in partnership with Alaska’s Sitka Salmon Shares. Marsh Skeele, one of the owners of Sitka Salmon Shares, has put together a Bittman Sampler Box, with 4.5 pounds of sockeye salmon and pacific cod plus two recipe cards for $130.

Sitka Salmon Share’s strict sourcing standards and careful handling practices lead to high-quality, sashimi-grade seafood that they guarantee will be the best you’ve tasted in a selection filled with gillnet-caught sockeye salmon from Haines, Alaska, and longline-caught Pacific cod from Juneau.

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