It is finally here, the guide to sustainable sushi.
Aroma Thyme Bistro has the National Pocket Guides that we hand out to concerned patrons. Aroma Thyme has placed a link on their home page that links to Monterey's webpage. This allows you to search your favorite seafood.
Aroma Thyme is committed to serving sustainable seafood. 90% of the seafood selections fall in the upper category on the list.
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Here is some exerts from Monterey's website:
Sushi Gets Sustainable
Fresh, cool fish, subtly seasoned rice and the tingle of wasabi—sushi is the essence of the ocean in one bite.
The sushi that we eat today has its origins in fish preservation techniques that are hundreds of years old. Then, fish filled our oceans. Today, there are serious concerns about the number of fish left in the sea and it’s time to create new traditions.
The Seafood Watch Sushi Guide helps you order seafood that’s sustainably caught or farmed. It introduces you to new flavors that will tantalize your taste buds. Sustainable sushi—it satisfies the senses.
Tuna in Trouble
Bluefin tuna is one of the most popular fish on the menu at most sushi bars, but are we loving bluefin to death?
Sushi Guide Best Choices:
- Aji/Sawara/Mackerel, Spanish
- Amaebi/Spot Prawn (British Columbia)
- Awabi/Abalone (U.S. farmed)
- Gindara/Sablefish/Black Cod (Alaska & British Columbia)
- Hirame/Halibut, Pacific
- Hotate/Scallops, Bay (farmed)
- Ikura/Salmon Roe (Alaska wild-caught)
- Iwana/Arctic Char (farmed)
- Iwashi/Sardine (U.S. Pacific)
- Izumidai/Tilapia (U.S. farmed)
- Kaki/Oysters (farmed)
- Kanikama/Surimi/Imitation crab (Alaska)
- Katsuo/Bonito/Tuna, Skipjack (troll/pole)
- Masago/Smelt roe/Capelin (Iceland)
- Mirugai/Giant Clam/Geoduck (wild-caught)
- Murugai/Mussels (farmed)
- Sake/Salmon (Alaska wild-caught)
- Shiro Maguro/Tuna, Albacore (British Columbia, U.S. troll/pole)
- Suzuki/Striped Bass (farmed)
- Suzuki/Striped Bass (wild-caught)
- Uni/Sea Urchin (Canada)
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