Curt and I enjoy sharing the things we have found to be the best. Both of us had pretty much stopped eating fish because the flavor was always off and the texture was always too soft and sometimes even mushy – yuck! As of five years ago that came to a screeching halt when I discovered, by accident, Vital Choice Seafood & Organics.
First, I have to tell you that I am so picky about the quality of my food that if it doesn’t taste and smell like I just went out and gathered it myself, I would rather not eat it.
One of our favorite picks at Vital Choice Seafood & Organics is what they call a “sampler” and the one we buy most often is called “Kings-Catch” (see image above). What we enjoy most about this sampler is the assortment of fish it contains, whoever put this pack together was brilliant. The portions are just right and the variety is sure to please. Plus, there is a substantial savings versus the cost of buying the items separately!
King’s Catch Pack provides:
- Wild Pacific King Salmon – Six 6 oz portions
- Wild Alaskan Halibut – Two 6 oz portions
- Smoked Wild Alaskan Sablefish – Two 4 oz packs
- Wild Albacore Tuna Medallions – One 6 oz package
- Hot-Smoked Wild Sockeye – One 6 oz portion
- Wild Sockeye Salmon Candy – One 4 oz package (6-7 strips)
- Wild Organic Blueberries – 1 lb.
- Organic Salmon/Seafood Marinade Mix – 0.75 oz sampler pack
The addition of the Organic Wild Blueberries is a real treat too. To this day, I have not found wild blueberries that taste like the ones I used to gather myself on a remote mountaintop in PA. Well, I should say, I had never found any until I opened my first purchase of this sampler; I couldn’t believe it, these small berries tasted exactly like the ones I gathered myself at the peak of ripeness. The same rich blueberry flavor bursting in my mouth was simply amazing! Whether eaten straight from the bag or tossed in a smoothie, they are perfect.
Vital Choice Seafood & Organics is recommended by leading doctors, be sure to check out the “Doctor’s Favorites” packs they have put together too: Christiane Northrup, Dr. Lipman, Dr. Perricone, Dr. Jonny Bowden, Dr. Crinnion, and Andrew Weil, MD.
Some of our favorite recipes for cooking the fish in this sampler:
**you have no idea how difficult it is writing this post, my mouth is watering!**
Other Information About Fish and Cooking Fish
I have written other posts on wild seafood that you may also find useful; Buying Salmon:Differences Between Wild vs. Farmed and Can Cooking Harm the Beneficial Omega 3s & 6s When Cooking Fish.
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