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Baja black mussels

Mussels FAQ

Quick to prepare and easy to cook, mussels are a one-pot wonder. If fears about working with these delicious bivalve molluscs are preventing you from flexing your culinary muscles, check out these FAQs and get cooking! FAQ Should I only eat mussels when there is an ‘R’ in the month? It’s long been thought that …

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Pacific Bigeye tuna and component parts. Illustration by Adi Khen, courtesy of Fishful Future.

Fishful Future: A New Collaborative Community Project to Move San Diego Toward a Zero Waste Seafood Supply Chain

SAN DIEGO, CA, February 1, 2021—The “Fishful Future” project is a newly launched collaborative effort joining seafood processors, fishery scientists, local fishermen, and renowned chefs. Supported by an award from the competitive National Marine Fisheries Service’s Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program, the project explores opportunities for San Diego’s fishing, seafood processing, and culinary industries to move toward …

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Common thresher shark plated

Mercury in Seafood: What you Need to Know

By Cynthia Hsia People are concerned about mercury when consuming fish. However, selenium (Se) is key to understanding mercury exposure risks. If seafood contains at least the same amount of selenium as mercury (Hg), it prevents the mercury from damaging the body. Selenium is an essential mineral for the brain, heart, nervous system, and immune system.2 It …

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