Wild Alaskan Salmon--YUM!
Vote with your fork. By purchasing and eating wild Alaskan salmon not only do your taste buds and body thank you, but so does Alaska. You are using your money to support a sustainable fishery. Wild Alaskan Salmon is incredibly good for you. Packed full of Omega-3 fatty acids and delicious protein, this food is very rich.
It helps your heart and it feeds your brain.
Studies have shown time and time again that people who are eating wild salmon 2-4 times a week have much lower instances of heart disease. This is because the fats in salmon are good for you. The taste is far superior to any farmed raised fish. When you're standing in the grocery store debating over the price of wild salmon vs. farmed salmon, don't forget to weigh in the rising costs of health insurance. Paying a little more at the counter will benefit you down the road. Also, you're putting your money toward a good cause--keeping Bristol Bay's sustainable fishery going for eons to come.
Some Delicious Salmon Recipes