BC Wild Black Cod

Wed, 04/06/2016

Black cod, which also known as sablefish, is a rich white-flesh fish with a moist, succulent texture. Even though this fish is marketed as "black cod," it is not a true cod. Black cod has one of the highest levels of healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, which give them their silky and rich texture and flavor.

Cooking your Black Cod

  • Black cod is too rich for dishes like ceviche, but black cod can be eaten as sushi, or sliced thin raw and dressed with some lemon juice and sea salt.
  • Its high fatty content makes it forgiving to the novice cook. It does well grilled, smoked, broiled, poached, in crudo, roasted, or slow-cooked in a confit. 
  • Choose fish that is firm and pearly white, and has a clean smell, like the ocean. (thekitchn.com)
     

Our Black Cod

Our black cod is only caught in the waters of British Columbia caught by the Pacific Princess. Pacific Princess is often found fishing off Cape Scott area, just 70 km from Port Hardy. After a successful day of fishing the boat returns to the dock in Port Hardy and are sent to Vancouver immediately. Our black cod is guaranteed to deliver from Port Hardy to our store within 20 hours.
To support sustainable fishing, all our black cods are caught on-the-line.