’10 Reasons to Eat More Fish’ Contest

Cape Ann Wellness

GloucesterTEASE™ CONTEST for the Best ‘Healthy Fish Recipe’ 
Beginning ‘Fish Friday’ January 19th on GloucesterTEASE FB, we’ll be posting each day –  “10 Reasons to Eat More Fish.’
Day #1 REASON to EAT MORE FISH – ‘Nature’s Antidepressant’
Essential omega-3 fatty acids found in oily fish (salmon, mackerel and fresh tuna) are important for healthy brain function and “may play a role in maintaining or improving mental health and stability,” according to a study from University of South Australia
CONTEST RULES – Share your favorite healthy seafood recipe here or on FB in comments each day. One recipe entry per day per person. Fish used in recipes must be Atlantic Fresh Fish.
Winner will be announced at the end of the month for the –  ><))))):> ‘Best, Healthiest’ Fish Recipe
#LocalFishFreshFish  #FreshFishAreLocalFish  #FridayNightFishNight#GloucesterMA

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  1. This Recipe was shared by Registered Dietician Terri Smith –

    Lobster Cantonese –

    Per Terri – “We were gifted Rockport/ Gloucester lobsters which we steamed & picked. After the requisite lobster rolls, we heated some peanut or other neutral oil and stir fried a tablespoon of minced ginger and four sliced scallions. Added a tablespoon of Chinese rice wine (or dry sherry) and a tablespoon of light soy or tamari. Used a cup of lobster meat, heated gently in the sauce. Can serve 2 with some rice, or in this photo, over Pastaio Via Corta pasta. Yummy. Healthy. Local.”


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