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Citrus Fruits

(Substitute with your favorite fish)

The 411 Rule of Thumb for cooking fish: Cook at 400 degrees for 10 minutes for every 1 inch of thickness

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Sockeye Salmon

This fish packs quite the flavorful punch. Of all species of salmon, sockeye have the strongest salmon taste to them. However, they also have a crab-like taste as well. They are not the fattiest salmon, but they are the firmest. Sockeye salmon is rich in texture and high in flavor. In fact, for people who like the flavor of salmon, sockeye tastes the most like salmon. The sockeye salmon eats more plankton and crustaceans like shrimp than other salmon species, which contributes to its darker color and rich flavor.

            *Salmon contains 500-1000 mg of Omega 3 per four ounce serving*



Cod has a mild flavor that's slightly sweet like tilapia. People love cod because of its soft, flaky texture. Cod is known for its mild, almost milky flavor, and firm, flaky texture. It is very much unfishy. In general, it's the most oily or fatty fish that have the strongest flavor, which can sometimes be considered "fishy," but cod is quite lean, so you won't experience any of that.        

             *Cod contains <250 mg of Omega 3 per four ounce serving*


Although they’re not actually a part of the cod family, sablefish are often called black cod for having a similar appearance but with a darker upper body instead. They also go by the nickname butterfish because of their melt-in-your-mouth buttery taste and flaky texture. Sablefish has a rich, buttery flavor and a smooth, silky texture. It's fattier than Pacific cod and halibut, with a more luxurious mouth feel, but milder than salmon and tuna. They feed on fish, squid, krill and jellyfish.

            *Sablefish contains >1000 mg of Omega 3 per four ounce serving*



Halibut is the largest flatfish in the ocean, and can grow up to an astonishing nine feet long! A whopping 80 percent of Pacific halibut are harvested in Alaskan waters and flash-frozen while still on the boat. Halibut is a lean fish, with a taste that's slightly sweet and mild, somewhat like tilapia. It has a firmer texture than cod, but a gentle fishy taste.

            *Halibut contains 250-500 mg of Omega 3 per four ounce serving*


                          *Most health organizations recommend a daily intake of 250-500 mg per day of Omega 3*

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