With peak salmon season in full swing, we wanted to talk to the experts: the fishers of Sitka, Alaska. We hop on the boat with Alaskans Own, a not-for-profit community supported fishery that donates its profits to the Seafood Donation Program and Fishery Conservation Network. We speak to them about why you should consider buying frozen fish — from its nutrients that are preserved right on the boat to the guaranteed transparency of the packing and shipping conditions.
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Finally, chef duo and husband and wife Lucas and Mary Goddard of Forest Fresh Alaska, a cooking blog inspired by their hands-on approach of using foraged and harvested indigenous ingredients from the nearby ocean and rainforests, show us four brilliant ways to use salmon — from a simple grilled fillet to smoked salmon sushi lollipops.
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