We shared an amazing meal yesterday with one of our Los Ranchos Growers Market friends. What you eat, where you eat and who you eat with are key to a truly great meal. We enjoyed a nice mixed microgreens salad with spicy breakfast radishes, salad turnips and green onions, topped with Smoked Sockeye Salmon Belly and dressed with Bariani early harvest extra virgin olive oil, fresh squeezed lemon juice, himalayan sea salt and black pepper. Almost 100% of these ingredients were sourced at our favorite Saturday Growers Market in Los Ranchos…come see us and check out the abundance of local, seasonal produce and food! Maybe I shouldn’t mention that we also enjoyed a glass of homemade lemon mead and a few scoops of Kenny’s famous homemade vanilla ice cream (made with all local milk, cream and eggs).

Seafood is friendly to a multitude of today’s diet plans including: pescaterian, gluten free, mediterranean, paleo, keto and flexitarian. We recommend consuming Alaska Wild Salmon twice per week. It’s healthy and nutritious to everyone from pregnant mothers to the elderly. Our salmon is the single best source of omega-3 fatty acids (DHA and EPA) which are essential for our bodies to promote heart health, build immune function, improve blood flow and support healthy brain function and mental health. Alaska Wild Salmon is also naturally high in many essential vitamins (E, A, D and B-12) and vitamins (selenium, potassium, iron and calcium). Additionally, it provides complete, high quality protein. 

Be sure to try both our Wild Alaska Sockeye Salmon and Keta Salmon for a nutritious variety! Sockeye is our favorite for smoking, grilling, baking, ceviche and sashimi. Keta salmon is light and mild and makes an excellent replacement for any whitefish. Use for fish tacos or batter and fry for glorious fish & chips. Also great baked or poached.

In Health & Happiness,

Kenny & Brenna Aschbacher-The FishHuggers


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