Aren’t you tired of eating the same fish over and over again? Yes, salmon tastes nice, and yes, it is convenient to open a can of tuna, but have you considered a change?
Why restrict your diet to only three or four types of fish, usually caught by destructive fishing vessels that put in danger the future of our seas and hundreds of fishing communities, while gradually emptying the fish from our plates? Why contribute unconsciously to this when there are so many types of fish that, yes, are not as popular but are caught in a sustainable manner? Also they taste just as good!
Choose unpopular fish, broaden your diet, and discover new flavours and recipes while contributing to the protection of our seas! Here is how:
And finally, feel free to experiment with tastes and flavours! Forget your usual sea bass on the grill. Try a porgy! Try a fish soup with the catch of the day made the authentic way. Ask your local fisherman to reveal his secret recipe to you!
*The European Commission does not share the views expressed in point 5 of the testimonial. The Commission believes that sustainable aquaculture can serve as an alternative to overfishing.