If you’re concerned about your own health and the health of our planet, chances are you’ve started serving sustainable seafood. If not, here’s why you should.
Recent studies show that there will be virtually nothing left to harvest from the seas by the middle of this century if current trends continue. But sustainable seafood is produced in an eco-friendly way that helps to ensure that future generations will be able to enjoy delicious, healthy fish.
You’re thinking there must be a catch. That sustainable seafood must be much more expensive than farmed fish. It can be… but I’ve found a hidden treasure trove. You can buy individually wrapped, flash-frozen, high-quality, sustainable seafood – ranging from wild Alaskan salmon to flounder and mahi-mahi – at Target. And with two seven-ounce wild salmon fillets running about $7, you can serve an eco-friendly, gourmet meal for two for less than 10 bucks.
The next time you see the big red bull’s-eye, stop in and stock up. I think you’ll get hooked![Ed. Note: Make the right choices when it comes to your diet, and you can live a longer, healthier life. For more on how simple lifestyle choices can improve your health, click here.
And for healthy recipes that taste delicious, check out Kelley’s website, www.HealingGourmet.com]