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The Little-Known Nutrient in Seafood Soups

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In case you were guessing, the little-known nutrient in seafood soups is NOT omega-3s. Everyone knows about the health benefits of omega-3s. I know it. You know it. Your mother knows it. My mother knows it. Every doctor, every health website and every major health organization has been telling us this for decades now. Heck […]

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Mercury in Seafood: Why We Should Stop Worrying

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For decades we’ve been told mercury in seafood is a concern. On the surface, it sure makes sense. Though mercury occurs naturally in the environment, industrial sources like coal burning power plants increases mercury in the atmosphere which settles in our waterways and gets consumed by fish. Larger fish eat smaller fish and so it […]

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4 Reasons to Stop Eating Shrimp from Asia

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What follows is an excerpt I’m working on for my next cookbook about New England seafood soups. Though the book will include between 70-100 recipes (yes there’s more to New England seafood soups than just chowder), very few of them will contain shrimp. That doesn’t mean we need to stop eating shrimp entirely. But I […]

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Why and How You Should Eat Like a Fish

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You might think that in New England, with its rich and storied relationship to the sea, there would be a deeper connection to local seafood than in most places. Eating with the Ecosystem, a nonprofit whose mission is to promote a place-based approach to sustaining New England’s wild seafood, set out to find out. In […]

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Why and How to Join Community Supported Fisheries

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Community Supported Fisheries (CSFs) are the seafood version of the increasingly popular Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs in which members of a community pay a one time upfront fee for a weekly share in a local farms’ seasonal output of fruits and vegetables. Similarly, in a CSF, community members pay upfront for a weekly or […]

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