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Wild-Caught Alaskan Black Cod (Sablefish or Gindara)

Details

Species: Black Cod
Scientific Name: Anoplopoma fimbria
Japanese Name: Gindara
Alternative Names: Sablefish, Butterfish
Cut: Filet; skin-on, small bones-in
Flavor: Buttery and Rich Umami
Texture: Velvety
Source: Wild Caught in Alaska
Packaged: Frozen Individual Pack
Sushi Grade: No
Recommended Preparation: Broiled, grilled, pan fry, poach, steam.

Storage

Fresh Black Cod can be stored fresh in the refrigerator for cooked consumption within 1-2 days.

Frozen portions may be stored up to 6 months in their original packaging in a conventional freezer (32F or below).

Defrosting

Keep product in package, place in cold water for 15 to 30 minutes, until thawed. Pat dry with paper towel to remove excess moisture. Enjoy immediately or refrigerate and consume within 24 hours.

Pro Tip: Keep product in package, defrost in running water. Once thawed, remove from package, pat dry with paper towel to remove excess moisture. Enjoy immediately or refrigerate and consume within 24 hours.

Also known as Sablefish and Gindara, our Black Cod are sourced sustainably from the icy depths of Alaska's oceans, epitomizing purity and quality. Hand-selected for its exceptional texture and unparalleled taste, this fish promises a dining experience unlike any other.

Expertly frozen to preserve its natural freshness, our Black Cod maintains its delicate moisture and succulent flavor with its rich, buttery texture and subtle sweetness. It's no wonder why Black Cod is revered by chefs and seafood enthusiasts alike.

Whether baked, grilled, or broiled, our frozen Black Cod portions offer endless possibilities.

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