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Tsu-ma-uss is the combined Tseshaht and Hupacasath First Nations from the west coast of Vancouver Island. Together they share common fishing rights and catch and produce Wild Candied Chinook Salmon. The largest of all 5 wild salmon species, Chinook Salmon (also called Spring salmon) are traditionally caught using nets and then hot smoked with 4 simple ingredients: wild chinook salmon, sugar, salt and alder wood smoke. Packed into convenient ½ lb (227 g) packs makes it a perfect size for enjoying with others.
Pierce the vacuum packed bag to let air enter and thaw in the refrigerator overnight for optimum results. Ready to eat on their own, it's the perfect addition to any seacuterie board when you are trying to impress friends and family. Or how about coarsely chopping the candied salmon and mixing with cream cheese, capers, red onions and lemon juice for a decadent candied salmon dip that everyone will enjoy. And if you love Tsu-ma-uss Wild Candied Chinook Salmon, why not try our Stupendous Chinook Salmon Portions.
Very tasty on crackers with lemon juice and shaved ginger slice.
|Common Name||Latin Name||Production Method||Harvest Method||Country of Origin||FAO Region||Processing Country||Sustainability Ratings|
|Spring Salmon||Oncorhynchus tshawytscha||Wild||Gillnet||Canada||FAO 67||Canada||OW, SWGA|