Salmon is one of the most nutritious foods on earth. This well-known fatty fish not only contains a ton of nutrients, but it may help lessen some risk factors for several disorders. Apart from that, it is also versatile, delicious, and widely available.
Typically, the flesh of salmon ranges from orange to red, but some wild salmon have white flesh. Salmon's natural color is a result of carotenoid pigments in the flesh, primarily astaxanthin, and canthaxanthin. Wild salmon, in its raw state, includes no carbs, 20% protein, 20% water, and 6% fat, which makes it light and super nutritious. There are many ways to cook salmon, which allows us to obtain multiple flavors and textures from it. You can cook it in a pan with a touch of oil; you can put it in the oven, a combination of skillet and oven, pouched, air fryer, and more!
Have you ever wondered why salmon is one of the most nutrient-dense foods out there? Salmon is good for:
At Front Porch Pantry, salmon is the protagonist of many of our entrees. We are proud to use the highest quality salmon, which is delicious and benefits our health!
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