The Ocean Wise Cookbook

The Ocean Wise Cookbook

Seafood Recipes That Are Good for the Planet

Book - 2010
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Ocean Wise is a nation-wide conservation program, created by the Vancouver Aquarium to educate restaurants and consumers about the issues surrounding sustainable seafood. Through affiliations with restaurants, markets, suppliers, and food services, Ocean Wise ensures everyone works together to make ocean-friendly buying choices in an environmentally conscious world.

In The Ocean Wise Cookbook, editor Jane Mundy brings together some of the most popular recipes from chefs and restaurants from all across Canada. Jane shows us that no matter what the recipe, you can make positive, sustainable choices. Jane illustrates which types of seafood are considered Ocean Wise and gives alternatives to overfished species, all the while providing a host of delicious recipes for fish, scallops, crab, tuna, and more! With recipes from chefs like Chef at Home's Michael Smith, the internationally renowned Rob Feenie, and Jamie Kennedy from Jamie Kennedy Kitchens, The Ocean Wise Cookbook is a perfect addition to your sustainable lifestyle.

Keep it Ocean Wise with recipes like--

Tuna Tataki with Green Papaya Slaw

Beaver Cove Spot Prawns with Citrus

Basil Butter

Grilled Scallops with Charred Heirloom

Tomato Salad

Puff Pastry Fish Pie

Publisher: North Vancouver, B.C. :, Whitecap,, [2010]
Copyright Date: ©2010
ISBN: 9781770500167
Branch Call Number: 641.692 Oce
Characteristics: vi, 321 pages : colour illustrations ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Mundy, Jane - Editor


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