Black Cod

Alaska Black Cod features a rich succulent flavor and a velvety texture. It has beautiful snow-white fillets that flake perfectly and are melt-in-your-mouth delicious!

  • Black Cod’s succulence is often compared to sea bass.
  • Some people call it Sablefish because of the soft, delicate texture.
  • Rich in heart-healthy Omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Bon Appetit Magazine featured Black Cod on their list of Top 10 Hot Ingredients (January 2005 issue).
  • Black Cod is mentioned in the popular men's magazine Details as a new fish to discover. (February 2005 issue).
  • The Alaska Black Cod harvest season opens in mid-March and runs through mid-November - practically year round!
  • Alaska boasts the largest Black Cod population in the world, thanks to the state's tight regulations to ensure sustainability of its seafood species.


100g Cooked Portion
Calories 
 Protein (g) Fat (g)
Saturated Fat (g)
Sodium (mg)
Cholesterol (mg)
Black Cod
250 17 20 4 70 65

 

Courtesy of the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute & USDA National Nutrient Database

 

Recipes

Alaska Seafood marketing Institute
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Food Network
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Alaska Information

Sitka Alaska Web cam
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Sustainability

Global Trust
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Ecotrust
www.ecotrust.org/

Food Websites

Nourish Network
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Where Foodies Go
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