Sustainability

Salmon from Fish for Thought Cornwall

Easy Salmon Recipes

We love salmon at Fish for Thought. Delicious, versatile and nutritionally dense, salmon has it all! Our salmon comes from the Shetland Islands, where the conditions are perfect for producing lean and fit fish that stay in peak condition, thanks to the strong, fast tidal flow of the local waters encouraging the fish to swim constantly. Here are our four favourite recipes to help you create super tasty dishes at home.

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Local Fishmonger Near Me

With supermarkets offering the same ‘safe’ but boring choices of 7-14 day old seafood, more and more people are searching for a ‘fishmonger near me’ in hope of something better. Buying from a Cornish fishmonger which is local to the historic and traditional fishing ports of Cornwall is hugely beneficial in ensuring you are receiving the very freshest & best of local sustainable fish and seafood.

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Sustainable Halibut

Harvesting began in 2007 and the company has been providing premium Atlantic Halibut to the market, week in week out since that time. The ethos of the farm is geared towards producing quality without compromise, rather than quantity, meaning that demand for these fabulous fish has always outstripped supply.

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Sustainable Pollack

Pollack has in the past suffered from a let's just say a poor reputation. But the tide is turning as more and more people are trying it for themselves and deciding it is a delicious fish worthy of even the very finest restaurants!

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Sustainable Haddock

Haddock is landed around the Cornish coast. They are a silvery grey colour with a black lateral line and a grey-black splodge just behind the gills. This is said to be the thumbprint of St Peter! The Haddock fisheries are showing good signs of recovery and the Cornish fishery is well managed.

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Sustainable Seabream

Farmed bream is a good alternative to wild black bream when wild is not available.