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Our wild Tasty Lingcod Portions are troll caught - meaning they’re selectively caught with a single hook and line making it one of the most sustainable forms of fishing. We catch our Lingcod off the westcoast of Vancouver Island which is off the coast of British Columbia, Canada. Did you know lingcod is a fish with an identity crisis? That's right, the lingcod isn't actually in the cod family like Pacific cod or Pollock but it’s still one of the best tasting fish you’ll ever savour.
Lingcod is a fish with an identity crisis, but the most confusing part is how does such an ugly fish taste so delicious? Our Tasty Lingcod Portions have a mild sweet flavor, and deliver a firm flakey texture. Considered the poor man’s halibut, Lingcod is a delicacy without the luxury price tag.
This Pacific Ocean gem is incredibly flexible in the ways you can prepare it. Lingcod is great on the grill, pan seared, smoked, air fried and baked. You can even prepare this into the best fish and chips you've ever had! Need help with ideas, check out our Chef Tips on how to cook Lingcod.
Delicious as always. I dip it in butter and it reminds me slightly of a mixture of sea bass and lobster. I can't wait until I can eat lemon again and that will be the icing on the cake.
Thanks for the great review Laura, hopefully lemon lands on your plate next to your lingcod very soon! Take care.
Love your lingcod portions
I love all of your seafood, it is such good quality.My husband never ate fish before trying your products & he loves it also…Always a big Yum! when he takes the first bite.I have shared your company's name with friends,Lorrie Martin
Thanks for your kind words Lorrie, we are happy you two are enjoying our seafood!
|Common Name||Latin Name||Production Method||Harvest Method||Country of Origin||FAO Region||Processing Country||Sustainability Ratings|
|Lingcod||Ophiodon elongatus||Wild||Troll||Canada||FAO 67||Canada||OW, SWGA|