more about red snapper

Well, rats!! After reading Catherine’s (Sugar and Ink) post about fish, I guess that was the last red snapper we’ll be having for a while. :stomp:

Catherine wrote:

Only recently, it seems, is the popular consciousness starting to catch up on fish, beyond obsessing about mercury intake.

In Catherine’s post, there was a link to an article in “Toronto Life”, which had a link to a pdf file (rrrrr, I loathe pdf files!!) put out by SeaChoice: Healthy Choices, Healthy Oceans. And there in the “Avoid” section was red snapper!

I guess we’ll be perusing the best choice list for the next grilled fish we buy….


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