Tag Archives: Sustainable seafood

Feasting on Food Festivals in Boston

Boston was the site of two great food festivals this weekend. Judging by the crowds, Bostonians have a big appetite for not just eating good food, but talking about it as well. The first of the festivals, “Let’s Talk About … Continue reading

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Plant Fish in Your Garden

As a dedicated pescovegetarian, I manage to find seafood wherever I go—even at a garden show! Bell Aquaculture is an Indiana-based company that farms, fillets, and sells yellow perch. They use the leftovers from processing the fish to produce an … Continue reading

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The PescoVegetarian Times Wins Blogging Award!

I’m happy to announce that The PescoVegetarian Times has just won an award for overall coverage of the International Boston Seafood Show 2012!

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From Salmon Hotdogs to Pristine Mussels

Salmon hotdogs? Salmon bacon?  Sure, I’ll try ’em. While I had neither the time nor the space in my belly to sample products from all of the 1,000+ exhibitors at the International Boston Seafood Show 2012, I had a wonderful … Continue reading

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Seven Things to Know About Farmed Fish

In case you didn’t know… Aquaculture, or fish farming, produces half of the world’s seafood we consume.  The global demand for seafood is increasing as the world’s population increases and income levels rise. There’s a finite supply of wild seafood, … Continue reading

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Is There Such a Thing as Guilt-Free Shrimp?

Shrimp is a staple in our household. It’s easy to cook, versatile, and, tastes good virtually any way you prepare it. Although I’ve known for a long time that 90 percent of the shrimp that we eat in the US … Continue reading

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