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Sushi Grade Tuna

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Sushi Tuna is truly a global market. Large, high quality Bluefin Tuna from Massachusetts are often shipped all the way to Japan. We typically offer yellowfin, and source the fish from boats landing as close to Boston as possible. The great color and mild flavor from your favorite sushi place in your own kitchen.

One portion = apporx. 8 oz.

$10.99

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Fair Trade

Red’s Best Atlantic Swordfish is either handline, harpooned, or longlined by American or Candadian fishing vessels. These fleets are heavily regulated, which has lead to the full recovery of swordfish stocks. We are committed to the hard working fishermen who risk their lives to catch this fish in an ecologically responsible manner. The American and Canadian fleets embark from ports up and down the coast and unload their catches at ports nearest to the ever-changing catch area.

Nutrition
Nutrition Facts
Serving 1
Serving weight 84 g
Amount per Serving
Calories 110
Total Fat
1 g
Total Saturated
0 g
Carbohydrate
0 g
Sugars
0 g
Total Dietary
0 g
Cholesterol
40 mg
Selenium
91 mcg
Sodium
46 mg
Protein
26 g

0%


Carbs

8%


Fats

92%


Protein
Estimated
Glycemic Load

0

0
250

Typical target total is 100/day or less

Omega 3
centigrams/serving

10

-
0
+

Typical target total is 100/day or less

Preparation

Methods

Tuna is best cooked hot and fast. Cook it to rare on a hot grill or sear it quickly in a hot pan on the stovetop. Tuna is also great sliced for sashimi or diced and marinated for ceviche.

Basics

Grilled Rare Tuna: Cut tuna into steaks at least an inch thick. Pat dry and season with salt and pepper and brush steaks with a little olive oil. Cook over the hottest part of the grill for one minute per side. Allow to rest on a plate for five minutes, then slice and serve. Pair with Asian style flavors like soy and sesame or Mediterranean ingredients like olives or tomatoes.

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