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Salmon OMG so good

Old 02-04-2021, 12:33 PM
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Oooh, I wish I could get Steelhead around here...the only way I've gotten it is through one of the 'meal boxes' that we use from time to time. I love it almost more than salmon, I think! We just had some Arctic Char, which was very light and delicate...lovely.
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Old 02-04-2021, 08:59 PM
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My DH loves salmon - I can take it or leave it. I am allergic to it, that and tuna will make my mouth feel like it's on fire. The first time it happened I couldn't figure out what was happening. But there is something in mayo that neutralizes it so I just smother it with tarter sauce. When I was in the hospital a year ago the doctor said if I could keep my lunch down he would let me go home that day. They brought me poached salmon for lunch with no sauce, I started to eat it - but the allergy kicked in, my husband came in as I was trying to decide whether or not to flush it down the toilet. He was happy to eat it for me. Everything else stayed down, so I didn't feel bad about not eating the salmon.

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Old 02-05-2021, 04:25 AM
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Wow, you are inspiring me to give salmon a try. Oh, I used to have it when I ate out but that has ended. But guess I can try preparing it myself look at all of you that do that several times a week!. My local grocery has a good seafood section but just never tried salmon at home. On the list for my next shopping trip. You inspire me.
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Old 02-09-2021, 01:38 PM
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Our local Safeway has frozen, salmon fillets by the bag, with usually 6, or 7 meal sized pieces, for only $5.99/bag. They've had it all year and sometimes on sale for only $5/bag. You have your choice of Atlantic, or Pacific, wild salmon. Yeah...OK...it's not fresh salmon, but it's not bad, especially for that price. If you have a Safeway, or Albertson's near you, check the freezer section.
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Old 02-10-2021, 05:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Julienm1 View Post
Dh steamed salmon in parchment paper. It was our ann'y #39. Used raspberry vinaigrette salad dressing for dipping sauce. Ken's brand. He bought enough salmon steaks we will have it again Monday. Can't wait.
I need to eat more fish and kinds of seafood. This sounds like a good place to start. I do use the raspberry vinaigrette so i just have to get the salmon.
Thanks for the recipe.
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