I bought fish for the first time at farmers market. I live in the northwest the fish is caught locally. Wow I have never had fresh cod before and holy cow is it different. Not at all fishy or dry like the frozen kind.
I also bought 3 cans of their tuna. Dolphin safe wild troll caught north pacific tuna. Also the only other ingredients are water and sea salt (no soy or broth etc). 3- 6oz cans for 15.50 vs the regular store brand at less than 1$ a can.
I am just curious what Im in for. Is there a difference in taste? Texture? Nutrition? Is it superior enough to justify the cost?
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on April 08, 2012
at 08:27 PM
Important: is it BPA free? That is the part I am most willing to pay for.
I buy a gorgeous smoked local canned tuna as a treat, and there is a huge taste in texture/flavour even with their un-smoked. The flesh tastes "meat-ier" to me, and it just has this really great texture that is less flaky. That being said, it is a treat. I usually buy cases of not-local tuna that is simply BPA free for day-to-day use (my boyfriend is allergic to all other fish except tuna, so we go through a fair amount).