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This week on A Taste of the Past, Linda talks to Nic Mink, professor at the Center for Urban Ecology at Butler University, President and co-founder of Sitka Salmon Shares, and author of Salmon, A Global History. Nic tells us about the various evolutionary mechanisms that salmon have developed to survive. Later, Nic and Linda discuss the developments in catching and storing salmon - from wild to farm-raised, line caught and canned. Tune in to hear the whole discussion! This program has been sponsored by Fairway Market. Today's music provided by The Hollows.

"Salmon was kind of nature's first convenience food." [10:40]

"If you ever see on a menu 'Wild Atlantic Salmon', that restaurant is either doing something incredibly bad, or they are mislabeling their menu." [24:45]

"The best thing to do for a wild salmon actually is to eat one!" [34:05]

Nic Mink on A Taste of the Past


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In episode 217 of the Main Course, Patrick Martins talks to veteran seafood chef and new cookbook author Ben Pollinger about writing his book, School of Fish, sourcing seafood seasonally, and the things that really matter.


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When it comes to the United States seafood industry, there is perhaps no better thinker and writer than Paul Greenberg. He's this week's guest on What Doesn't Kill You, as host Katy Keiffer picks his brain on all things seafood related. From the salt marshes in Louisiana to the triangular trade of codfish, Paul touches on all corners of the domestic seafood industry and discusses the seriousness of the problems we face as a nation. Why is most of our seafood imported when we have such a bountiful supply? What does the future hold for our fish? Find out on a aquatic episode of What Doesn't Kill You. This program was brought to you by Cain Vineyard & Winery.

"More than 85% of the seafood Americans eat is coming to us from abroad. Meanwhile, about 3 billion pounds of what we catch, which would be enough to satisfy the per capita demand in this country, is exported." [03:00]

"The United States controls more ocean than any country on earth, but how we came to control all that water was a political slight of hand." [12:00]

"Even after everything that's been thrown against it, Louisiana is still the largest seafood producer in the continental United States." [25:00]

--Paul Greenberg on What Doesn't Kill You


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