Not All Farms Are Good Farms
- Tuesday, 14 October 2008
Fish consumption is up, and rightfully so; fish and seafood are part of a healthy, well-balanced diet. However, overfishing has led to the creation of fish farms, which unfortunately, may not be the healthiest thing for us or the fish. Farmed fish run the risk of being contaminated by their farm's waste run-off, plus some farmed fish are fed a diet that includes corn. Corn!?!?!
Try the following recipe using wild whole fish, preferably caught using sustainable methods. Become friends with your fishmonger; he should be able to answer all your questions about the provenance, freshness, and flavor of what you are purchasing.
Whole Fish Baked In Parchment Paper