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Tuesday, April 19, 2005


Catch of the day: Wild Salmon

Today's Downtown Planet food page features an article by Joan
Namkoong on a source of flavorful, nutritious wild salmon. Joan's
article is about Isabella Blatchford-Scherer, a member of the Sugpiaq
people, who fish near the Aleutian Islands.

Wild salmon is full of omega-3 oils and tastier than farmed, and of
course there is no negative impact on the environment caused by
large-scale farming practices.

If you can't get a Planet (even downtown, distribution is spotty), you
can find out about Sugpiaq salmon, delivered to you as frozen filets,
by calling Sherer at 735-5664, according to Joan's article.


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