Staple

It’s okay to be a lil’ flakey …

Alright, let’s just go ahead and say it, salmon is delicious. The not-too-fishy taste makes it a great go-to for baking, searing, steaming and even grilling. But, beyond its moist and flakey interior is a long list of healthful vitamins, minerals, fats and antioxidants that makes this fish the perfect catch.

SHOP SALMON

Did you know?

Salmon can grow up to five-feet long and weigh up to 130 lbs. There are nine commercially imported types of salmon, while Atlantic and Sockeye are the most commonly consumed.

Salmon, fresh lemon wedges and greens for garnish

Wait … What’s that word?

Salmon’s vibrant color comes from its rich diet of krill and shrimp, both adding to its natural supply of astaxanthin (we had to look up how to pronounce it too). Astaxanthin, a carotenoid, is an important antioxidant which may support cardiovascular, skin and nervous-system health!

Salmon with fresh lemon and garnished with greens
Plate of Salmon, asparagus, tomatoes and fresh lemon

The mighty omega

Salmon is rich in omega-3s, an essential fat that our own bodies can’t produce. Eating a balanced diet with these healthy fats may help to …

  • Reduce inflammation
  • Promote bone and joint health
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Support eye health
  • Support liver health
  • Maintain healthy skin

Salmon and Vegetable Skewers

Update your grill set with salmon for a fresh, savory take on classic backyard fare.

Salmon and Vegetable Skewers

48 minutes | 4 Servings

Salmon and Vegetable Skewers

With lemon, garlic and cherry tomatoes.

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48 minutes | 4 Servings

Salmon and Vegetable Skewers

With lemon, garlic and cherry tomatoes.

VIEW RECIPE >

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