By Bart van Olphen
Tinned fish is scrumptious, sustainable, and simply nearly as good as clean! Combining the easiest constituents, fabulous recipes and most sensible methods and counsel, Bart Van Olphen demonstrates the flexibility of cooking with the last word shop cabinet staple. entire with special tales from sustainable fish-farmers proportion how they fish relatively, how they have been stuck and what occurs to the fish from sea to tin. Bart's enthusiasm for environmentally in charge fishing is regularly occurring all through his recipes from veal and tuna sandwich, anchovy and olive tart to sardine tartar. Bart supplies cutting edge how you can use tinned fish and revolutionizes our use of tinned fish. directly from the pantry and into the pan, realize Bart's tasty tackle tinned tuna, salmon, mackerel, mussels and extra. From easy soups and sauces to healthy food, get encouraged and revel in nice fish.
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Cooking with tinned fish: Tasty meals with sustainable seafood by Bart van Olphen