Wild salmon is one of the biggest sources of protein in the US and should be consumed as much as possible. This article will teach you how to cook wild salmon in a way that's easy on your wallet, while still giving you the freshest taste.
Most of the recipes in this article will be for wild-caught salmon. However, it's important to note that you can actually purchase canned wild salmon as well. Canned salmon is just frozen fish with its oil and water removed. Check online to get more information about wild salmon box.
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I don't recommend it because the quality of fish used is questionable (and likely overfished) and the price is usually higher than fresh or frozen salmon. Most of these recipes are for fresh or frozen salmon, but I've included instructions for how to cook canned if you wish.
Old salmon should have no smell whatsoever when you open up the package. If it smells bad, then don't use it! There might also be a considerable amount of blood or other red substance present. It should be bright pink in color, not dark or brown.
If it doesn't have the proper color, then don't use it either. Canned salmon should have no smell whatsoever when you open up the package. If it smells bad, then don't use it! There might also be a considerable amount of blood or other red substance present.