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Once you've had halibut for the first time, we can guarantee this fish will make regular appearances on your dinner plate. Aside from it being lean, mild in flavor, sweet tasting, and absolutely scrumptious - halibut is also packed with omega-3 fatty acids, niacin, and magnesium. And these nutrients are known to contribute to a heart healthy diet.
So what is halibut? Pacific Halibut is the largest flat-fish in the ocean, and has been known to grow even longer than humans are tall. At Organic Ocean, our Ppacific Hhalibut is caught by longline which is the same method we catch our wild sablefish. Organic Ocean's Halibut comes from one of the best managed fisheries in the world through a joint management plan with Canada and the United States ensuring you’re getting the most sustainable and also the best tasting halibut we have to offer.
Firm with big flakes, halibut is so versatile as it can be prepared in many different ways, this includes steaming, poaching, baking, broiling, grilling, and sautéeing. Because halibut is lean, it doesn't take long to cook and is ready when the flesh is white and still glistens with moisture.
Halibut portions and sockeye salmon portions are very high-quality, and the ideal size for small-scale barbecues. Delivered on time, and they always arrive frozen solid.
Decided to give Ocean Organic a try and it will definitely not be the last time we order. Our order arrived super fast and super fresh can't ask for much more then that.
Packaged and arrived perfectly. I also have to say that any questions and emails were answered immediately and with grace. It made me feel like I had been chatting with them for years. Product came frozen and we have been feasting since. I would give more than 5 stars if I could. Thanks OOS :)
Lisa, you're making us blush! ;) We're delighted that you're happy with your Halibut - enjoy!!
|Common Name||Latin Name||Production Method||Harvest Method||Country of Origin||FAO Region||Processing Country||Sustainability Ratings|
|Pacific Halibut||Hippoglossus stenolepis||Wild||Longline||Canada||FAO 67||Canada||OW, MSC|