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By · Monday, August 3rd, 2009

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Pacific Alaska Pollock is one of the most abundant fish in the world. In fact, some have said it is the last commercial fish abound in the oceans of the world. Although the population of fish in the Pacific are quite healthy and prosperous, there is concern that overfishing may in fact take place, there is also the concerns about whether intensive fishing in the Pacific Alaskan Pollock deplete a major food source for Steller sea lions. Overall, however, is Pollock one species more sustainable commercial fishing caught at sea. They are usually caught using pelagic trawl techniques that do not damage the merits fragile sea. Travel Pollock in banks in middle level waters, which makes them easier to catch with nets harmful.

Pollock is known that fish incredibly versatile. They are the main ingredient in everything from fish and chips to sushi. They are the key component of surimi or fake crab meat, but are used in fish sticks and fish to pasta. Because of its wide adaptability to a variety of methods of preparation and flavors, Pacific Alaska pollock is the largest whitefish fishery in the world. In previous years, the total amount of fish caught from almost 3.5 million pounds.

Pollock is a great alternative choice for fish species less sustainable. It makes a great substitute for any recipe that calls for cod or haddock (or indeed, can be used as a substitute for any firm white fish), and its white, flaky texture makes it an excellent choice for pies, quiches, soups and fish patties or cakes. Pacific Alaska pollack has a great flavor-rich sauces and gravies. It is easy fried with a light coat of paste of beer. Bake Pollock is simple and simply-season your steaks with lemon and salt and pepper, drizzle with olive oil and wrap in foil, bake in oven for 10-15 minutes. A Grilled Pollock is not only low in calories, is also a refreshing alternative to the battered and fried recipes. Pollock contains about 80 calories per 100 grams, making it one of the leanest fish and healthier it is.

The Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute has accurate, up to date information on the fish species off the coast of the most northern state.

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