Fri, Feb 11 2011 at 10:51 PM
I find it ironic that the image for wild caught salmon is farm raised. One can tell the difference by the fat lines. White lines=farm raised, pink lines=wild caught. Also If you ever see Atlantic salmon on a menu, it is always farm raised. Trust me, I'm a chef. As far as cooking goes; salt and pepper is all you need. Just don't overcook it, when it's firmish, that's all you need.
Fri, Feb 11 2011 at 12:36 AM
While it would be nice, and probably smart for we American consumers to go green as possible. Honestly, it isn't going to happen. Small victories are victories none the less and should be applauded. Like it or not, Walmart is a huge player in the products Americans buy. It has been criticized for using this tremendous power to rule over their suppliers with an Iron Fist, if we the consumer direct them through our purchases(much like votes) to purchase sustainably. Then maybe some good will come of this. We the people concerned with the future of our planet can be as green as we want, it won't do any good with the rest of our neighborhood driving suburbans to buy lunchables, the waste of which will end up entirely in a landfill. So I guess we are in bed with the enemy now. Let's hope this turns out well.
Mon, Jan 17 2011 at 8:49 PM
I lived by the Chesapeake for nearly 30 years and would love to see the mega chicken and pig farms go out of business in favor of protecting the bay.