Also known as: Black Cod
Sablefish, often called "black cod" (despite not being a type of cod), is a deep-sea treasure from Canada's Pacific coast. Primarily found in the cold, deep waters off British Columbia, it’s characterized by its dark skin and velvety white flesh.
When it comes to taste, the sablefish truly shines, making it a highly sought-after delicacy for seafood lovers internationally. Its flesh is rich, buttery, and flaky, with a melt-in-your-mouth quality that seafood aficionados rave about. Often smoked or grilled, it's also a popular choice for marinating, given its ability to absorb flavours beautifully. With its unique and luxurious texture, a sablefish recipe promises an unforgettable dining experience.
Canadian shrimp come primarily from the North Atlantic and typically grow up to 10cm in length. Their compact size and great taste make them ideal for salads, wraps, and snacking.
Excellent source of Vitamin B12
Maintains healthy skin
Supports the immune system
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With both Atlantic and Pacific varieties, this very large flatfish (sometimes weighing 300 kg or more) is a popular choice for fish and chips thanks to its mild taste and firm texture.
Assists bone and teeth health
An excellent source of niacin, vitamins B6 and B12
Supports energy metabolism
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