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Denise Burns says ...
We love grilling whole foods green certified swordfish after marinating it in a puree of fresh lemon juice and zest, olive oil, fresh parsley and arugula. Outstanding!
04/18/2012 8:45:24 PM CDT
Dale says ...
I totally believe in Whole Foods description of Green, Yellow and Red wild caught fish. I have the Monterey Bay App on my phone and always consult with the fish dept. when purchasing fish. I only buy my fish from whole foods. Wild caught is not always the best as you have to know where it comes from as well as farm raised. Trust Whole Foods.
04/18/2012 8:49:40 PM CDT
Katy says ...
I love a canned wild sockeye salmon salad for lunch made with a dab of mayo, capers, salt, pepper, and oregano.
04/18/2012 8:51:23 PM CDT
TXEdie says ...
Roasted halibut -- a sprinkle of lemon, garlic salt and butter before roasting in a 400 degree oven for 12-15 minutes yields a glistening, tender halibut entree. So simple -- so healthy -- so delicious!
04/18/2012 8:53:56 PM CDT
Carol says ...
I like to coat wild salmon fillets with a little honey-mustard and top them with crushes tortilla chips and bake. Nice crunch and flavor. Mustard keeps salmon from drying out.
04/18/2012 8:55:18 PM CDT
Juliann Goldman says ...
I like to mix a can of salmon with half a block of cream cheese to make a quick salmon spread. Add liquid smoke and onions/scallions and herbs to taste (dill, tumeric, garlic). Serve with fresh hot bagels!
04/18/2012 8:56:45 PM CDT
Andrea says ...
My favorite fish dish is definitely FISH TACOS!!! I mix the green-rated PACIFIC HALIBUT with some POLE- OR TROLL-CAUGHT MAHI MAHI (also green-rated) and add some garlic, chili powder, jalepenos, lemon and lime juice, tomatoes, onions, and my secret ingredient - a little tequila :) - all wrapped in a warm soft tortilla and topped with some fresh avocado!!! Yum, yum, D-LISH!!!! You can also add a little drizzle of honey on top for a totally different taste that is a little softer on the spice factor... All of this deliciousness and still environmentally cautious... umm YES PLEASE!!! Thanks Whole Foods for making an effort to conserve our oceans!
04/18/2012 9:02:00 PM CDT
Jessica C says ...
I would make salmon crusted halibut with steamed asparagus. mmmmmmm!!!!!! Thanks!
04/18/2012 9:03:53 PM CDT
Annie says ...
Great marinade that you can use on any fish. I think it came from some cooking show. 2 tbsp dijon, 3 tbsp soy sauce, 6 tbsp olive oil, and 1/2 tsp minced garlic. Whip this up and marinade for 1/2 -1 hour, then grill or blacken in frying pan and bake in over for 5-10 minutes. It's outta this world yummy!
04/18/2012 9:06:04 PM CDT
terri weber says ...
We take a fresh, sustainable white fish, put mayo and some lemon pepper or any seasoning that you like on it. Bake until it flakes easily and enjoy. Easy, simple, and delicious. Cod, tilpia, grouper, or even salmon will turn out beautifully.
04/18/2012 9:10:44 PM CDT
brook weber says ...
We love to grill salmon. The flavor is amazing and we use whatever herbs and seasonings that we have on hand. Always good and healthy.
04/18/2012 9:12:27 PM CDT
melanie says ...
My daughter loves baked black cod with a crumbly topping that includes gluten-free bread crumbs, shredded coconut, lemon, garlic, and sea salt. Thanks!
04/18/2012 9:12:44 PM CDT
Connie O. says ...
I can't wait to try the summer perch. We love love perch in this family. Steamed with some ginger, scallion with a lite soy or pan seared with a lemon buerre blanc or fried like fish and chips. It's all good to us.
04/18/2012 9:15:54 PM CDT
Lorie says ...
I love salmon with a mustard, dill, garlic sauce - baked then broiled, skin side up, to get the skin a little crispy. I also love salmon croquette (salmon cake). Something I grew up on.
04/18/2012 9:19:32 PM CDT
Matt R. Lohr says ...
Go Salmon!!! Salmon, like most fine meats and fish, is best prepared with minimal garnish and preparation. The wild caught Pacific salmon found in your fish counter has worked for me many times prepared grilled with a marinade of simple olive oil and cracked black pepper, or if I'm feeling "fancy", I make a special sauce made with dill, cucumbers and Greek yogurt.
04/18/2012 9:22:37 PM CDT
Ali M says ...
Sardines! I've never had them, yet see them in all the sustainable articles. As I read more about other cultures and favorite foods, this is one I'd like to try and will put on my list soon. I'm thinking it will be great in a Greek salad!
04/18/2012 9:26:15 PM CDT
Nadezda says ...
great news! My family loves CEBICHE! We'll be happy to buy our seafood responsibly at whole foods)
04/18/2012 9:28:15 PM CDT
Lynne says ...
My favorite pole caught tuna recipe is a coconut curry with asian eggplant, nappa cabbage, peppers and tuna all simmered together. Serve with your favorite rice. A great creamy dairy free dinner!
04/18/2012 9:29:28 PM CDT
Judith Wink says ...
I LOVE salmon omlets. Fry the salmon. Cook the eggs. Add the salmon and cream cheese and Bay Seafood seasoning. It can be further enhanced with capers or avocado or whatever else your mood inspires. Once the cream cheese has melted, time to enjoy! DEEEEEEEEE- LISH!
04/18/2012 9:30:53 PM CDT
Maria says ...
I love cod cooked in a little water (just so it not burned), seasoned with Whole Pantry Munchi Curry. When ready, squeeze litte lemon and add couple drops of garlic olive oil.
04/18/2012 9:34:52 PM CDT
Alice says ...
Any of the white fish variety, halibut, cod baked or even tilapia sauteed in a little olive oil and served with a bit of Tastefully Simple Spinach and Herb seasoning on top. A perfect match of subtle spices that allows one to still enjoy the fish.
04/18/2012 9:35:01 PM CDT
Sarah Johnson says ...
Our favorite is seared Ahi Tuna. We take fresh ground pepper and toast it in a little butter and olive oil. While it is toasting we sprinkle a little bit cayenne pepper, minced garlic, and fresh parsley on the tuna fillets. We add the fillets to the pan with the pepper and sear each side for about six minutes. The result is delicious! I have converted my whole family to eating it on a regular basis.
04/18/2012 9:38:18 PM CDT
Ross says ...
I love black cod the way my mom cook it. Boil cod, save the bouillon. Chop hard boiled egg, add some bouillon and butter. Serve the cod with this sauce.
04/18/2012 9:43:15 PM CDT
Marie says ...
My favorite shrimp burrito place has closed, so I'll have to make them myself if I want to see them on the dinner plate! Wish I knew the secret flavor ingredient!
04/18/2012 9:52:56 PM CDT
Kathryn says ...
Love your seafood guys at the Hinsdale, IL store. They are very helpful. I would love to see fresh sardines which I would set them in Himalayan crystal salt (top/bottom/inside)for about an hour, rinse off and broil for about 7 to 10 minutes depending on the size. I could enjoy by itself or eat it Japanese style with a little fresh grated daikon and soy or tamari sauce, hot Japanese rice and crispy nori. Of course a bowl of miso soup with lots of greens to go with it. My dream breakfast.
04/18/2012 10:04:40 PM CDT

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