Ingredients: king salmon, salt, brown sugar, hardwood smoke. Salmon royalty. Portions are 4-5oz, vacuum-sealed, skin-on, big bones removed.
Keta, or chum, is the underdog of the 5 wild salmon species, usually saved for dips or chowders. However, this hella-local run is caught with reefnets by the Lummi Island guys for ultra gentle capture then live bled onboard before ice slurry, lifting keta into an attention-deserving center plate status at a great value. Fattier than sockeye and mild, with a slightly softer flake. A lovely fish with a lovely price tag. Product is caught and processed in Washington, skin-on, boneless. Each portion is 5-7oz.
Gillnetted over day trips during Bristol Bay's summer salmon runs by the F/V Anasazi and Alaska Select Seafoods. Product is skin-on and boneless, processed in Alaska, frozen once on its journey from Alaska to Seattle. Each portion is 5-7oz.
Harvested in accordance with the tribal rights granted to the Swinomish, this Upper Skagit tribe throws 7-minute gillnet sets from skiffs where the river meets Samish Bay, bleeds live onboard then slurry ices. Lummi Island Wild waits nearby with runner boats to accept immediate delivery to be flash frozen for superior net-to-frozen product.
Product is skin-on and boneless. Each portion is 6-8 oz.