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    How do you guys cook your salmon?

    What is the best way for taste? What is the best health wise? Broiled, grilled, fried, etc.?

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    Grilled is my fav., broiled comes next, never fried

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    What is the healthiest way to cook salmon?

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    you retain more of the nutritious fats by broiling it i would think

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    I like it BBQ'ed!

    Wrap it in foil with garlic/butter/salt/pepper and set it on the grill.

    DAYUM!!!!!!

    ~SC~

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    Hey Swole what is the best health wise to cook it?

    Tiger has a good point.

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    I think broiling it might be slightly healthier, but i dont see why grilling it will make it any less healthy, especially if you put it in a aluminum pouch like swole said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwoleCat
    I like it BBQ'ed!

    Wrap it in foil with garlic/butter/salt/pepper and set it on the grill.

    DAYUM!!!!!!

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    My favorite! But I BBQ everything, I'm addicted to the grill.

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    Raw, in a nice sushi wrap. Besides that I'll grill it in foil (always use foil otherwise it will fall apart and be messy) or I'll broil it. Both cooked ways I always use garlic, lawry's, and some sort of cajun seasoning.

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    Remove skin, squeeze lemon juice on filet, pinch of lemon pepper, steam with white wine, cover with hollandaise sauce. Always try to use wild salmon, fish farmed salmon are a much lower quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger5
    Always try to use wild salmon, fish farmed salmon are a much lower quality.
    Mmm wild salmon.... Not all of us are in Alaska!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerBaron
    Mmm wild salmon.... Not all of us are in Alaska!
    True, but there really is a huge difference. And by buying wild salmon you are supporting Alaskan commercial fisherman. The more wild salmon you guys eat, the more money I make. Wherever you buy your salmon at, demand they buy wild fish. The best wild salmon you can buy is Copper river king salmon. They have the highest omega-3 content.

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    how are the general prices/salaries in alaska???

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    I like to grill/pan fry it up in an ocean of butter and some garlic. droooooooooollllllllll

    ps. not the healthiest way but oh so tasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by IronFreakX
    how are the general prices/salaries in alaska???

    Depends on what kind of salmon. King, red, humpy, silver. Copper river kings go for around $7 a pound, everything else .50 cents to $1.25 a pound. I only fish for salmon in june when the first run of copper river kings come in. The rest of the time I longline for halibut. Halibut goes for $3-4 a pound. No salaries, you get paid by how much you catch. I generally make 10-15 thousand a month longlining. We try and get at least 10,000 pounds per trip. Sometimes more sometimes less. The captain makes close to 500,000 thousand a year. Good money but brutally hard work. You earn every penny. Feel free to pm me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger5
    Depends on what kind of salmon. King, red, humpy, silver. Copper river kings go for around $7 a pound, everything else .50 cents to $1.25 a pound. I only fish for salmon in june when the first run of copper river kings come in. The rest of the time I longline for halibut. Halibut goes for $3-4 a pound. No salaries, you get paid by how much you catch. I generally make 10-15 thousand a month longlining. We try and get at least 10,000 pounds per trip. Sometimes more sometimes less. The captain makes close to 500,000 thousand a year. Good money but brutally hard work. You earn every penny. Feel free to pm me.
    Nice!!!!

    Deffinetly will pm you when i come back in a lil while

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    I just throw it into the oven with some garlic oil on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johan
    I just throw it into the oven with some garlic oil on it.

    Sounds good, I'll try that tonight.

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    Smoked.

    Very very delicious and very convenient.

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    I just got turned on to Wild Salmon, I think the flavor is so much better. I take Dijon mustard and spread it on the salmon. Dice parcley, chives, basil ,tarragon (whatever fresh herbs you have) roll the salmon in it and put in a dry pan and cook. It's awsome and i know it sounds like a lot of work but it really is easy. If I have some left i make a tarragon dressing with good olive oil and serve cold over greens the next day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger5
    True, but there really is a huge difference. And by buying wild salmon you are supporting Alaskan commercial fisherman. The more wild salmon you guys eat, the more money I make. Wherever you buy your salmon at, demand they buy wild fish. The best wild salmon you can buy is Copper river king salmon. They have the highest omega-3 content.


    all I can find is wild salmon by Oceans ... I eat it right outta the fukin can with franks red hot...

    as a choice I'd go swole cats way...BUT WITH LEMON>>> and a nice glass of freezing cold white wine.

    mmmmm

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    Grill'er up w/ some Rudy's BBQ sauce....OOOOOOH YEAH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dally
    all I can find is wild salmon by Oceans ... I eat it right outta the fukin can with franks red hot...

    as a choice I'd go swole cats way...BUT WITH LEMON>>> and a nice glass of freezing cold white wine.

    mmmmm
    The only fish I eat out of a can is Tuna. We have awsome fresh fish stores here and I stop by daily to get the freshest catch. Talipa, grooper,trout. Im in heaven!

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