and Halibut nutrition information
Alaska seafood if handled properly
can result in a culinary experience without equal. Seafood in
general is much more susceptible to abuse due to its natural
delicate nature. Seafood needs to be refrigerated at all times.
If you buy seafood at the grocery store you need to take it
home immediately and put it in the refrigerator.
Seafood is a very delicate commodity to handle
and prepare. The main concern with seafood quality is temperature
abuse. Seafood must be kept refrigerated from the time it is
caught to the time it is prepared for cooking or the result
is usually soft and smelly fish. Three ways to tell quality
seafood: smell it, touch it and look at it. If it smells fishy
then it’s probably not fresh. When you touch it, if your
finger print remains imprinted on the skin then it’s not
fresh. Look at the eyes of the fish and if they are milky in
color then it’s not fresh. The skin shouldn't look dry
or discolored in anyway. With this in mind, shopping for seafood
can be a rewarding culinary experience.