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T is for Tuna and TEDs

t is for tuna and teds

image Jeremy Bishop @tentides

Listen to T is for Tuna and TEDs here or download from iTunes or Google Play. If you want to read the full transcript, head to my Conservation blog.


T is for Tuna

In the first half of the program,  I dish tuna in sushi bars and help you answer the question, Should you eat tuna? I share Best Choices, what Mission Blue, Sylvia Earle, and Hope Spots have to do with tuna. And how tech, innovation, and aquaculture are working together to create a solution for the future of tuna.


T is for TEDs

In the second half of the program, I explain what a TED is, why you should care, and where to buy the best damn Louisiana white shrimp from a shrimper who practices best catch methods to leave to turtles alive and in the oceans where they belong.


Show Notes

Tuna
TED’s
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P is for Pink Shrimp and Pink Salmon

p is for pink shrimp and pink salmon

On today’s episode, I’m tackling P is for Pink Shrimp and Pink Salmon.

Listen here or download on iTunes or Google Play. If you want to read the full transcript, head to my Conservation blog.


In the first part of the program, I talk about hurricanes, flooding, and how it affects marine life and fish, including my personal experience with Hurricane Andrew in 1992.

In the P is for Pink Shrimp part of the program, I tackle where pinks are harvested,  sustainability status, a recipe idea, and buying tips.

In the P is for Pink Salmon part of the program, I dish all things humpys, cool facts, recipe ideas, and disclaimer! I pitch my cookbook Salmon From Market To Plate.

And remember if you don’t want to listen, you can head over to my Conservation blog to read the entire transcript.

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