"European Style Fish", Trout, Hot Smoked, KSA-Kosher, Approx. 1.3Lb($8.99/1Lb)

"European Style Fish", Trout, Hot Smoked, KSA-Kosher, Approx. 1.3Lb($8.99/1Lb)
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 Perishable product 

Ingredients: rainbow trout, salt, brown sugar, natural wood smoke.

All Natural, Never Frozen

 

Trout belongs to the same group of fishes as Salmon. Most salmon species spend almost all their lives in salt water. Trout are classified as an oily fish. Oily fish are a good source of Vitamins A and D, and are rich in Omega-3 fatty acids  For this reason the consumption of oily fish rather than whitefish can be more beneficial to humans, particularly concerning cardiovascular diseases, Amongst other benefits, studies suggest that the Omega-3 fatty acids in oily fish may help sufferers of depression and improve inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. 

The most common types of smoked fish in the US are salmon, mackerel, whitefish and trout, although other smoked fish is also available regionally or from many ethnic stores. Salmon, mackerel and herring are universally available both hot-smoked and cold-smoked, while most other fish is traditionally preserved by only one of the smoking methods.The smoking of fish is generally done for the unique taste and flavour imparted by the smoking process.Because of their relatively small size, even texture and great flavor, trout are a perfect fish to hot smoke. Hot smoking, as opposed to cold smoking which is used to preserve fish, cooks the trout while it adds that great smoke flavor. Smoked trout are a great meal, appetizer, and can be used to flavor many dishes from fish soup to smoked trout dip.

Smoked trout can be frozen for months or refrigerated for days, but remember that this fish isn't preserved and if you don't do something with it right away then you need to refrigerate it. If you plan to freeze the smoked trout I recommend removing not only the bones but the skin as well. You should keep only the meat of the smoked trout to freeze it.

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