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Sashimi cuts on gold plate with ice
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Sashimi cuts on gold plate with ice next to Food & Wine magazine
Sashimi cuts on gold plate with ice next to Food & Wine magazine with blue knife
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Ahi, Ahi tuna

Thunnus albacares

While Yellowtail can be caught sustainably, knowing the origin is key. In the U.S., regulations require that the source of imported Yellowtail be carefully tracked and monitored. This is to avoid purchasing Yellowtail that has been caught via the purse seine method, a method that wreaks havoc on both ocean habitat and fish populations. When caught domestically, Yellowtail is under strict regulation to be caught via either longlines or troll line methods, which limit bycatch and offer a minimal threat to ocean habitats.

Note: Ahi can refer to both Yellowfin tuna or Bigeye tuna: both delicious, meaty fish that are great raw or lightly seared. Red when raw, Ahi is the original tuna used in poke bowls. Ahi is the perfect addition to salads, sushi, or on top of a bowl of cold sesame noodles. Whether you’re looking for a quick-to-prepare addition to your meal, or just a healthy, lean protein, Ahi definitely warrants a trip down to our harbor shop!

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