5 Best Fish to Eat, and 4 to Avoid!

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Farmed Rainbow Trout

Almost all of the trout you’ll find at your local supermarket is farmed rainbow trout. Trout farming in our country is rigorously regulated, and the chemicals that the producers are allowed to use are very limited.

So because the farms are managed, the fish there are more protected from all those nasty contaminants, and their mercury levels are kept low. What’s so great about it? This delicious and low-cost fish is high in B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids.

An added bonus is that t has a soft texture and flavor. So you’re kids and grandkids will likely love it. If you’re looking for ideas, Trout pairs very well with lemon and herbs like thyme, dill, or parsley. You can grill or roast it for an effortless meal.

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7 thoughts on “5 Best Fish to Eat, and 4 to Avoid!”

  1. You said nothing about a great eating fish, the Catfish!!
    It is a lot more delicious with out a smell like some that you mentioned!!

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