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From the destruction of the Grand Banks fishery to the decline of the Chilean sea bass, from mercury in tuna to PCBs in striped bass, choosing seafood that's both sustainable and healthful seems tougher than ever. Paul Johnson has long supplied seafood to many of the nation's leading chefs, and he's keenly aware of the ecological and health issues that surround fish today. But he's also convinced that fish remain among the tastiest and healthiest foods available, and that many fisheries are well managed and environmentally sound. Now, in this breakthrough cookbook and guide, Johnson leads you to today's best fish and shellfish choicesand shows you how to savor seafood at its best.
If you love seafood but worry about overfishing and contaminants, Fish Forever is an indispensable resource. Johnson provides in-depth guidance on 70 different fish and shellfish, pinpointing today's least-endangered, least-contaminated, best-tasting species, ranging from anchovies, bluefish, and clams to squid, tilapia, and weakfish. He details sustainability and health issues, discusses fishing practices and fish farming, and shares fascinating insights and anecdotes that put today's environmental concerns in perspective.
To top it all off, Johnson offers unbeatable tips on selecting fish at the market and preparing them in the kitchen, providing one or more delicious recipes for each fish he profiles96 sensational seafood dishes in all, such as Coriander-Crusted Tuna with Hot and Sweet Mango Salsa, Grilled Hamachi with Thai Green Curry and Melon Relish, and Mediterranean Mussels Baked with Bread Crumb Topping. Illustrated with more than 60 beautiful color photographs, Fish Forever is the one book you need to make healthy seafood choicesand create extraordinary seafood meals.
Paul Johnson will donate a portion of his royalties for this book to Save Our Wild Salmon, an organization that works to restore wild salmon runs.
This book is a must have for cooks that want to use sustainable fish and also try some unusual recipes. Read morePublished on August 12, 2013 by Claudia Y
This book is invaluable for the knowledge you will gain about so many species of fish, and seems to be written with a very fair and balanced approach towards the importance of... Read morePublished on October 4, 2010 by RT in Carlsbad
This is a very informative, interesting book which includes excellent recipes for fish. My husband found this in the library and couldn't stop reading it. Read morePublished on May 21, 2010 by Beachbug
Hated fish as a kid, but love it as an elderly guy.
I was fortunate to have an opportunity to fish commercially for salmon before the decline of the fishery. Read more
Would love to have seen more photos. Pleasant to read and to be used as a resource.Published on February 16, 2009 by Valerie Usowski