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Stewards of the Sea

Stewards of the Sea

Introducing the F/V Ellen Jean, Sea to Table’s single-source for Sushi-Grade Atlantic Albacore Tuna Captain Greg O’Neill of the F/V Ellen Jean has fished the Atlantic Ocean out of South Carolina for many years. He’s been around long enough to know that the best tasting fish are selectively targeted and handled with the utmost care. A true believer in sustainability and carrying a deep belief that fishermen are stewards of the ocean, he is a constant innovator of his craft. He knew that there had to be a better way to both earn a living for himself and his crew...

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Salmon Fit for Kings

Salmon Fit for Kings

To know your fish, you must know your fishermen. On the F/V Sea Miner, one of our fishing vessel partners, salmon is King, and family connections run deep.

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Wild Salmon

Wild Salmon

How much do you know about wild salmon? How many species of wild salmon are there? How is wild different from farmed salmon? Where can I buy wild salmon?

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Different Cuts of Fish: Which Should I Buy?

Different Cuts of Fish: Which Should I Buy?

There are quite a few different ways to cut fish, and many different cuts of fish go under varied names or are specific to certain types of fish. So what cuts of fish should you look for when you are shopping, eating in a restaurant, or buying fish online? Why should you buy a fish steak vs fillet? In this article we will explain different cuts of fish and help you decide which ones to buy. Fillet When it comes to types of fish cuts, the fillet reigns supreme. It is the most common form of fish butchery. There are...

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