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Mar 1, 2012 10:07 AM

Sustainable Seafood in SD

Interesting article and list of places locally that either sell or serve sustainable seafood. http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/f...

Be sure to scroll down and ready the comments. They're as intersting as the article ;-D

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  1. "Like", although the list does seem a little incomplete by only featuring "the usual suspects". I think they need to dig a little deeper in their research to include some of the smaller players that are playing by the rules.

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    1. re: foodiechick

      Agree, SD Coastkeeper, while a good start, should expand their research. Afterall, it'll be good for those smaller places to get some recognition and exosure.

      1. re: foodiechick

        Kind of why I suggested scrolling down and reading the comments as well. I thought there were several valid points made there. I also thought it was worth expanding clicking on the "see more" link to read all of Tommy Gomes comments.

        But it was certainly an admirable start...

      2. Why can't I ever find sardines on a San Diego menu?

        (I wrote an angry comment about "sustainable" seafood and the fish farming industry-- and the self-righteous trumpeting of fish industry people, who want to swing all ways. But I deleted it.)

        Whole Foods for fish? In San Diego? Why?

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        1. re: pickypicky

          Georges, Searocket have sardines sometimes on the menu. I have also seen it at Cafe Chloe and Alchemy once. You can buy them atSeafoof City. Ranch99 or Lucky Seafood

          1. re: honkman

            Sardines are often available at the La Jolla Whole Foods, but not at the Hillcrest branch.

          2. re: pickypicky

            Hmmm, I was waiting for you to weigh in. ;D