Wild Alaskan Sablefish (Black Cod)
We are excited to offer you one of our favorite foods: sablefish, also known as black cod or butterfish. As always, we chase down these wild fish on our family boat and bring them aboard one hook & one fish at a time.
Sablefish is buttery and flaky, with a mild but distinct succulent flavor. It is super moist and hard to overcook, making it a family favorite for many.
Each 10 pound box is filled with 8-oz portions. The sablefish pieces are vacuum sealed with the skin on, and the single row of pin bones left in for a more pristine product. Minimal processing allows the full umami flavor of the fish to come through.
10 lb box (20 8-oz pieces; about 40 servings)
ORDER NOW! This offer closes Saturday, November 28 at 5 pm PST.
We ship nationwide via FedEx and Air Cargo.
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Bellingham Pick Up - December 4 or after
Seattle Pick Up (Seatac) - December 4 or after
Portland Pick Up (Clackamas) - December 4 or after
Portland Home Delivery - December 9
Hood River/White Salmon Delivery - December 7
Bend Pick Up - December 5
*If these dates do not work for you, please email us and we will accommodate your schedule.
Contact: | (907) 738-5684
WHY WE LOVE SABLEFISH
This fish is a staple at our dinner table and a longtime family favorite. If you haven't had the chance to try sablefish, this is it! Once you know it, you'll love it.
Japan has long been the world's largest sablefish market; many of the recipes and restaurant plates that feature this fish are inspired by Japanese cuisine.
HEALTH IS WEALTH
In addition to great flavor & ease of preparation, sablefish is a nutritional powerhouse.
Sablefish surpasses wild Alaskan king salmon in Omega-3 healthy fat content. We are talking superfood status here, with a dose of anti-inflammatory fats proven to benefit the heart, brain and respiratory system.
Sablefish is low in mercury, making it a solid choice for pregnant mamas and kids. It naturally contains selenium, a mineral that prevents mercury from interacting in our tissues, and is thought to minimize risk of mercury intake.
If there is anything that 2020 has taught us, it's that health is wealth.