More Sushi Secrets: Eat With Your Dollars – Sourcing Your Salmon

When you go out for sushi and look at the menu, do Philly Roll, Rainbow Roll, and Bagel Roll ring a bell?

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Well, if you have ever ordered one of these rolls or even thought about it, listen up. These rolls likely have one thing in common and I’ll give you hint, the key ingredient comes from a farm… a big aquafarm loaded with antibiotics, dyes, toxic pesticides and other harmful chemicals. This is where most of the salmon in this country comes from and where most sushi restaurants get the fish for their famous rolls.

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4 Responses to “More Sushi Secrets: Eat With Your Dollars – Sourcing Your Salmon”

  1. Christine Poole

    Thank you again for bringing things to my attention! I know this stuff but just so lazy about inquiring when I go out to eat:(. I’m making my focus with Elle’s cleanse to only buy/eat properly sourced meat, avoid refined sugars, dairy (if consumed organic or goat), and I want to try that True Roots brand. I learned so much about your blog on sprouted vs organic or regular grains. Makes so much sense, taking steps closer to a healthy life:). I’m all about balance!

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    • Food Babe (to Christine Poole)

      You are welcome! Thank you always for your kind comments.

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  3. Bridget

    First of all, I appreciate your courage,passion and voice. I’m so happy I’ve found you Web site! Everyone I go to a restaurant I ask if their fish is farm raise or wild caught? Most people don’t know and I’m looked at like an alien. The responses I’ve received are shocking and disturbing. Why am I the crazy person because I want to know what I am paying for and consuming. I just want to have a choice of what I put into my Body! The uninformed staff typically returns to the table with a big smile and says” Farm Raised”. When they see the look of disappointment on my face they ask ” is that good or bad?” When I read about how exactly farmed fish is raised it makes me sick. I would love for more transparency ! Regulations? Awareness? Information!

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