The Plate Project: Provocateurs

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Improved Fisherman's Special

by Paul Greenberg, Author
“The American seafood diet exploits declining wild fish and promotes industrial fish farms. Both practices hurt the ocean. My plate does the reverse: Farmed shellfish clean waterways; kelp clears our coasts of harmful nitrogen, providing protein in the process. Peruvian anchoveta, normally wasted as salmon feed, feed us omega-3s instead.”

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