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King Salmon Steaks - 32 Oz
King Salmon is famous for it's pronounced buttery, rich taste, due to its high content of unsaturated fat and Omega-3 fatty acids.
King Salmon (also known as Chinook Salmon) are the largest and top-of-the-line among the wild Salmon species. They are also the least abundant.
Unlike other wild Salmon, which spend anywhere from one to three years at sea, Kings can stay out as long as five years before returning to their native streams to spawn. King Salmon are often known and marketed by the name of the river system from which they come. The Copper River, which produces excellent King Salmons, is a great example, arguably producing some of the finest King Salmon available.
Fresh King Salmon should be refrigerated at 30-34 degrees F. Whole fish should be surrounded with fresh ice in a perforated pan which allows any water to drain away from the product for maximum shelf life. Never directly ice a King Salmon fillet. Filleted product should be stored in a sealed plastic container and surrounded with ice.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood WATCH® states "Wild-caught salmon from Alaska is considered a 'Best Choice'" and rates wild-caught Salmon from Washington, Oregon and California as a "Good Alternative." Wild-caught Salmon from Alaska is certified as sustainable to the standards of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). The "Net Benefits" of MSC certified Salmon are many.