Confusion over seafood sustainability comes to the surface whenever you eat sushi. The names of the fish are different, and it’s difficult to know whether they’ve been sustainably caught (if it’s wild) or farmed. Casson Trenor’s book, Sustainable Sushi (North Atlantic Books) makes it easy to dope out whether you should order the awabi (abalone). (Yes, if it’s farmed; no, if it’s wild.)
This week, we’re giving away a free copy of Sustainable Sushi!
Trenor is just the guy to write this guide. He has dedicated his career to marine stewardship, including efforts to end illegal whaling in the Southern Ocean. He has been named a Time magazine Environmental Hero and an Ocean Protection Hero by Save Our Shores. He’s also a serious sushi lover. Sustainable Sushi tells the story behind the fish on the sushi menu and offers clear guidelines for what to order so you can continue to enjoy your shiromaguro (as long as it’s troll-caught from Pacific waters) and other fish.
But, friends, you have to play to win this clever guide.
So here’s the deal. Only NOURISH Evolution members are eligible to win, so now’s the time to join if you haven’t already! Then, head on over to the Thursday Giveaway group in our community area and leave a comment to be entered to win (important: be sure you’re signed in to NOURISH Evolution so we can find you).
Lia will announce the winner in next Friday’s Friday Digest!
Kouun (good luck)!