Sustainable Fish…via Post? Michael Pollan says ‘No.’

Via on Apr 25, 2008

Erin Needham wrote:
We should plug these guys on the website:
Dear Erin,
My dad just bought 5 pounds of this sustainably harvested wild alaskan salmon from two local brothers… seems like a great gig.
If the family you cook for likes salmon, it might be worth considering.
their website:
Here’s the article in the daily camera:—09fala/

Dear Erin (or rather to your friend who suggested buying the sustainably-harvest frozen salmon),
Have you read Michael Pollan’s masterwork: Shipping fish, or other ‘sustainable’ food or meat, might be an unsustainable action.

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One Response to “Sustainable Fish…via Post? Michael Pollan says ‘No.’”

  1. Todd says:

    Hey, Waylon… you should forward that article on to Mark from Boulder Farmers Market. It’s a great read that I bet he’d love to share with the Farmers Market newsletter readers. :)

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