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I remember wishing so much that I would like salmon but for years it didn't ever happen. Once I started eating only nutrient-dense food life transformed forever! Now I crave salmon weekly and during the winter eat it several times a week! Another way to gain vitamin D ☀️ during the winter:)

Did you know that farmed salmon has only 25% of the vitamin D that wild salmon has?

Did you know that vitamin D deficiency is now recognized as a world-wide problem for both children and adults?

This is how we prepare salmon at our house; my husband perfected this recipe: 

Use the highest quality sea salt to cover both sides of the salmon and then generously cover both sides with the highest quality olive oil. Can let sit or cook directly. Place in the oven and turn the heat to 375 degrees. Set timer for 20 minutes. WOW! Enjoy:) 


-salmon is considered one of the 3 "nutrient-dense" proteins (bison, chicken, & salmon)

-harvested honorably & sustainably from very small fishing boats for maximum quality & respect

-bruising happens in mega fishing (and unnecessary death of many other species)

-humanely & responsibly harvested by a few friends from Wisconsin, Montana & Pennsylvania that go to Alaska to fish for a hobby 6 weeks out of the year

-regenerative salmon fishing creates a healthier, more sustainable population which improves habitat for future generations of fish

-only after enough fish have run the river systems to spawn future generations of salmon, there is a short 6-week season 

-highly responsible & minimalistic fishing creates a regenerative system that takes no more than what is healthy for the salmon population

-increased carbon levels are causing warmer ocean temps which has created unfriendly environments for sea life including salmon

-by choosing regenerative foods, consumers are supporting systems that are reversing the carbon buildup in our atmosphere: by creating massive, diverse carbon sinks such as native prairies and savannas (two of the most endangered ecosystems on Earth that used to be two of the most prevalent habitat types!)

-in addition to significant ecological benefits, natural food tastes better and is significantly more nutrient dense


-wild caught & certified sustainably wild harvested
-wild-caught seafood is rich in omega-3 fatty acids & numerous other vitamins/minerals
-wild-caught seafood has a healthier balance of omega-3s & omega-6s
-wild-caught, sustainably-harvested, chemical-free brown shrimp (worldwide shortage of white shrimp) 
-sustainably-harvested from the Pacific Ocean
-hand sorted & flash frozen 
-2 lb package contains 32-40 raw, peeled & deveined tail-on shrimp

-Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Burger: gluten free, organic added ingredients, no artificial additives or preservatives, no MSG, no soy, no corn, no wheat, no eggs, no dairy, no sugar, certified Kosher (OU), sustainably harvested

-1/4 lb burger abundant in omega-3s, vitamin D, and astaxanthin

-cook from frozen! (which typically takes 10 minutes)

-nutrients vary annually and by harvest location

-wild seafood cannot be certified organic under current US law

Ingredients: Wild Alaskan Sockeye salmon, water, organic extra virgin olive oil, sea salt, organic arrowroot, organic onion powder, organic spices and herbs, organic vinegar powder, organic garlic powder