FRESH Alaska Black Cod Fillet - Premium Portions
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Our fresh Alaska black cod fillet is skinless, boneless, and cut into approximately 1 pound portions.
Fresh Alaska black cod should be enjoyed within 2 or 3 days of delivery to your home. As with all fresh fish, store in a shallow pan or tray on the bottom shelf of your refrigerator. Tip: You can prolong the shelf life fresh seafood by placing a bag of ice cubes directly on top of it (make sure that the fish does not sit in a pool of melted water).
About 1/3 to 1/2 pound per person is a good portion size when serving black cod. You might find that black cod is so good that you'll want to prepare extra just in case.
Swimming free in deep, frigid waters of the Bering Sea and the Gulf of Alaska, this premium whitefish develops the rich oil content that gives it its distinctive flavor and texture. Alaska Black Cod is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, yielding a fish that’s an excellent source of high-quality protein. Black cod also furnishes iodine, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron, zinc and calcium. The fats in Black Cod are highly polyunsaturated and thus well-suited to low cholesterol diets.
Commercial Fishing Season (Available Fresh):
Black Cod is caught in Alaska's fixed gear fisheries using longlines and pots, and conducted under Individual Fishing Quota (IFQ) programs. The majority of caught black cod is distributed to Japanese markets.
Black Cod is an exceptionally rich and buttery fish. Black cod, known as Sable Fish, is praised for its elegant, flaky white meat. With it's high protein content and low concentration of sodium, Black Cod is the perfect choice for our heart-conscious customers.
Fresh Black Cod tops all whitefish. Comparing fresh and frozen seafood is an easy choice, but with Black Cod, it is exceptionally obvious. Dripping with rich oils and flavors not usually seen in cod, this fillet is perfect for fish lovers who want something milder than salmon, but just as rich.