Wild Pacific King Salmon
5 lbs, skin-on/boneless random portions |
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- One of Randy's Picks
- Certified Kosher (EarthK)
- Line-caught for superior quality
- Each box will contain an average of 14 underweaght portions
- May include smaller tail sections
- Ivory and/or Marbled King Salmon*
- Sustainably harvested
- Product of USA or Canada
Wild Pacific king (chinook) salmon is higher in fat — and omega-3s — than other salmon, making it the very richest.
Our random-weight offering contains 5 lbs of skin-on, boneless portions of varying sizes and colors.
*Ivory King and Marbled King portions offer the same great flavor, texture, and omega-3 content as Red King Salmon.
Line-caught on small boats, our king salmon is immediately iced, and then flash-frozen within a day to preserve its fresh-caught quality.
Your package may include smaller tail sections, which cook more quickly and are ideal for smaller appetites.
King salmon nutrition
In addition to ample protein, King salmon provide three beneficial natural food factors in abundance per 6 oz portion, and will vary annually and by harvest location:
- Omega-3s – Provides six to 13 times more than the minimum daily EPA+DHA intake recommended by most world health authorities (250-500mg).
- Vitamin D3 – Provides one- to two-thirds of the child-to-adult US RDA (600 IU) ... more than almost all other fish, and far more than any fortified food.
- Astaxanthin – About 1.49 mg (red king). This red-orange pigment is a carotenoid-class nutrient with unique health benefits. Astaxanthin content varies by color: King portions have the most while Ivory King portions have the least.
Wild King (Chinook) Salmon top all wild species for fat and omega-3 content, and is very rich in vitamin D
Learn this food's omega 3/6 balance, and why it matters.
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"Won't disappoint" Review: Great sea! Especially for someone who lives alone. Pieces are just the right portion.
"Wild Pacific King Salmon" Review: We love this salmon! We also like your sockeye salmon but this has a milder taste.
"Excellent" Review: As always I am impressed with the quality of the salmon from Vital Choice! Delicious and perfect sizes for my family!
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Nutrition & IngredientsIngredients: Wild Pacific King (Chinook) Salmon
Nutrition FactsWild King SalmonServing Size 6 oz (170g)
Amount Per ServingCalories 295 Calories from Fat 160
% Daily Value*Total Fat 18g 27%Saturated Fat 5g 26%Trans Fat 0gCholesterol 85mg 28%Sodium 80mg 3%Total Carbohydrate 0gDietary Fiber 0gSugars 0gProtein 34g
Vitamin A 10% • Vitamin C 1%
Calcium 4% • Iron 2%
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Keep frozen at or below 0° F (-18° C). Vacuum-sealed fish held under these conditions should retain its quality for at least six to 12 months. Shellfish and lean white fish (halibut, cod) generally have a longer freezer life than fatty fish (salmon, tuna, sablefish).
NOTE: Seafood stored in frost-free freezers should be used within 3 months.
Thaw under refrigeration at or below 38 degrees Fahrenheit (3 degrees Celsius). Before thawing, puncture or remove packaging.
For quick-thawing, place frozen package in cool water for approximately 20 to 30 minutes, just until contents are flexible. Once thawed, immediately cook or refrigerate (if refrigerating, puncture package). Prior to cooking, do not allow fish to reach temperatures above 38 degrees Fahrenheit (3 degrees Celsius).
Cooking and serving tips
- Rinse fish quickly in cold, clean water.
- Cook in a medium-hot lightly oiled pan, under a broiler, or on the grill for 7-8 minutes, until only the very center is still translucent.
- Remove fish from heat and let it “self-cook” another two to three minutes, until just cooked through to center before serving.
- NOTE: It is perfectly safe and healthful to serve our fish raw or partly cooked, because flash-freezing has rendered it 100% sushi-safe.
- Enliven your fish entree with seasonings such as Vital Choice Organic Salmon Marinade Mix or other herb-spice blends.
- Add the seasonings of your choice to a little olive oil and marinate the fish, refrigerated, for 30-60 minutes or overnight. Or, simply mist fish lightly with olive oil or macadamia nut oil and dust with seasonings before cooking.
ShippingFrozen foods are packed with dry ice
and ship Monday through Wednesday (except holidays).
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