Aquaculture

James 3 farm is found in the 11th region of Chile amongst the fjords of Patagonia. The Aysén Region is the least populous of Chile's fifteen regions. This farm is located at the mouth of a lagoon and even though it is a sea farm there is fresh water that comes from the lagoon that makes it special for the fish.  Not only do the fish raised in this farm get...

Grilling fish and seafood can seem like a daunting task, but the grill and Verlasso salmon are the perfect culinary match. The grill imparts a smoky, rich flavor and allows for easy, low fat cooking. When grilling, there are a few things to keep in mind. Heat is the key for both gas and charcoal grills. A hot grill quickly sears fish and seals in the natural...

It's springtime! The grass is damp, the air is warming up and a baseball is rolling across the field. On May 4, Verlasso had the honor of kicking off Heinen’s Seafood Watch program with a reception at the Cleveland Indian’s stadium.  The Detroit Tigers were no match for the Indian’s in this home field advantage triple header! In attendance were the entire...

Growing up in Puebla, Mexico the 5th of May brings up so many memories that meant two things: not going to school and attending the Cinco de Mayo parade with the Mexican army and the representation of the battle that became such a historical date. Cinco de Mayo or the Battle of Puebla commemorates the victory of the Mexican army over France in 1862. Many...

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Blogger Lisa Lillien a.k.a. Hungry Girl today posted a list of four "superfoods" to supercharge your diet, including quinoa, chia seeds, swiss chard, and kefir! "Time to supercharge your diet, people. Maybe you're eating these things already -- good for you! -- but maybe you're stuck in a food rut that needs a little healthy shake up," she said. Check out the...

It's always exciting when we come across chefs using Verlasso in ways we may have not see before. By discovering pictures of his beautiful meals on Instagram, we were introduced to Michael Scipione, a private chef and personal trainer with a vast knowledge of fitness and nutrition from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Michael is committed to delivering healthy,...

"It's ok to use the oceans, it's not ok to use them up."  This was the succinct, and eminently tweetable, summary of the Economist Magazine’s World Ocean Summit offered by Jane Lubchenco, currently a professor at Oregon State University and former Administrator of NOAA.

The World Ocean Summit brought together about 300 people divided between NGOs, government...

To make cooking with Verlasso® salmon easy and efficient, here are a few choice tools and equipment that we like to keep around the kitchen. 

1.       Fish Knife

With a pliant, narrow blade that thinly cuts and finely trims, a fish knife is specially designed to bone, fillet or remove the skin from salmon.

Try this Wüsthof Classic Fish Fillet Knife from ...

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