Sablefish is also known as black cod and butterfish. It's known as gindara when prepared for sushi.
Alaskan black cod has a silky, rich texture and ultra-high Omega-3 oil content. The flesh is fairly oily, and when cooked is pearly white with large flakes. It’s flavor is particularly sweet and distinctive, likened by some to salmon. It is one of the finer fish to eat.
The Alaskan black cod, or sablefish, is long-line caught in the deep, cold, clean waters of Alaska. The best fish are harvested in the summer and fall when the fish feed heavily on crab and squid building up oil reserves. Sablefish is available year-round and is flown in to us directly on a daily basis from Alaska.
Black Cod (Sablefish) from Alaska and British Columbia is a "Best Choice" and is certified sustainable to the standard of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC).
Sablefish is very high in omega-3s, with each 8 oz portion averaging a whopping 3.2 grams—more than most wild Salmon.
Each Fresh and Frozen (Fin-fish item) comes in standard packs containing 2 pieces of 8 ounce Skin On portions.
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*Note: Despite great care, bones may occur infrequently. Chew all fish well before swallowing.