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Black Cod

Anoplopoma fimbria

Black cod is a year-round option that is highly sustainable. It meets target population levels and is at no risk for overfishing. Black cod can begin to reproduce at 5 years old, and can live to be more than 90 years old! Black Cod was popularized by a Japanese chef in the 80s after he served it with a miso-based marinade. Since then, recipes for this tasty fish have remained simple yet prized, as the natural buttery flavor stands beautifully on its own. The best part? That butter flavor is provided by a high level of omega-fatty acids- fats that are actually heart-healthy.

Fun fact: Don’t be fooled! Black cod isn’t even technically a cod. Rather, it is considered groundfish with only one other species in its family.

Black Cod is a type of fish that does have bones, but the process of removing them is super easy. Check out our YouTube video with Heidi explaining How to De-bone Black Cod!

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