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Karen C says ...
Much appreciation for your efforts to provide consumers with excellent quality sustainable seafood. I would enjoy butterflying some pink shrimp, sautee lightly so as not to overcook in olive oil along with chopped green onions and a little garlic then adding whole wheat breadcrumbs, salt, pepper and lemon juice and tossing with a good quality pasta, maybe linguine. Parmesan can be added for those who like. Serve with salad and you're ready to go. Another possible addition for more nutrition would be chopped spinach.
04/21/2012 5:47:56 AM CDT
Alishia B says ...
I don't like to eat fish much, but I know it's good for you. I do want to try the salmon, I will use gluten free crackers. Shrimp lettuce wraps and spring rolls sound pretty good too.
04/20/2012 11:02:20 PM CDT
a8ala says ...
Salmon slathered with fresh pesto and baked. Yum.
04/20/2012 8:05:57 PM CDT
Hi, I love whole foods store and what it stands for. I drive 25 miles to my nearest whole foods because I love it so much. My favorite seafood item I purchase from there is salmon. I use to get it from Publix but they only sell fresh farm raised salmon, and I really wanted to eat only the wild caught salmon because I am trying to stay green. I cook it simple in the oven for about 25 minutes. I have to get a whole side of salmon to feed my family. I rub the fish with whole foods butter, olive oil, fresh herbs, crushed garlic, cracked pepper and sea salt. Delicious!
04/20/2012 6:30:22 PM CDT
Mel says ...
Wild fresh salmon with a soy/honey glaze, broiled just until done...served with roasted garlic/sauteed leek mashed potatoes! Mmm :)
04/20/2012 5:32:28 PM CDT
Mary Harvey says ...
I am pleased to find information on which fish are safe to put on our dinner tables and that your store carries these healthy fish and seafood. Also because it is difficult to find fresh fish in Kansas City; Whole Foods is helping to make America healthy by bringing these products to us; as consumers.
04/20/2012 5:39:10 PM CDT
Rachel B says ...
I like fish baked plain with a salsa on the side.
04/20/2012 3:58:55 PM CDT
Terry408 says ...
Miso glazed salmon with garlic seasoned green beans on top of a quinoa salad with cherry tomatoes and arugula
04/20/2012 4:03:43 PM CDT
Laila says ...
Organic/wild fresh salmon in the pan with himalayan or cracked sea salt and pepper, a few minutes on each side until "al dente"! Melts in your mouth! Serve over lighlty seasoned quinoa, quickly sauteed mixed vegetables and a nice salad of choice.
04/20/2012 2:09:18 PM CDT
DE says ...
Try this delicious halibut dish. The sauce is just wonderful. 1 lb halibut fillets, 1 inch thick, cut into four pieces. Mix 1 tbsp water and 1 tbsp lemon juice. Brush the mixture on both sides of the fish. Sprinkle with a little salt and pepper Arrange the fish in a lightly greased 11 x 7 x 1/2 inch baking dish. Bake uncovered at 450 degrees for 12 to 15 minutes or until the fish flakes easily when tested with a fork. While the fish is cooking, combine 1/4 cup each sour cream, mayonnaise and sliced green onions with 1 tsp lemon juice, 1/4 tsp salt, and 1/8 tsp ground red pepper. Once the fish flakes easily, spoon the sour cream mixture evenly over the fish. Sprinkle with 1/4 c shredded cheddar cheese. Bake, uncovered, an additional 3 to 4 minutes or until the cheese melts and the sauce is thoroughly heated. This recipe is from food.com, recipe #424933
04/20/2012 1:40:51 PM CDT
Vicky says ...
Wild caught salmon cooked Mediterranean style - with olive oil, sea salt, garlic, and basil. Healthy and tasty!
04/20/2012 1:34:43 PM CDT
Yuichi says ...
Pink Shrimp, ramps galic oil pasta works! email typo on my last post
04/20/2012 1:25:27 PM CDT
Gayle burgess says ...
Fresh scallops, seated to prefection
10/07/2014 9:48:52 PM CDT