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The Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast helps you become a sustainable seafood shopper in under thirty-minute episodes. This fun, educational, bi-weekly show tackles sustainable seafood, aquaculture, and ocean challenges, from shopping and cooking tips to easy-to-prepare recipes and seafood traceability. Don’t just eat seafood, eat seafood that is good for you and the oceans with Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast.

Green Fish Blue Oceans Maureen C. Berry

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    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

The Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast helps you become a sustainable seafood shopper in under thirty-minute episodes. This fun, educational, bi-weekly show tackles sustainable seafood, aquaculture, and ocean challenges, from shopping and cooking tips to easy-to-prepare recipes and seafood traceability. Don’t just eat seafood, eat seafood that is good for you and the oceans with Green Fish Blue Oceans podcast.

    Should You Stop Eating Fish?

    Should You Stop Eating Fish?

    Jellyfish Swarm, 9×12″ mixed media watercolor, maureencberry.com/art







    Should you stop eating fish? is not the first time I asked this question, and I’m certainly not the only one asking. Originally, I wrote about this topic here, after I learned that Sylvia Earle was advocating for a plant-based diet.







    Since the aquaculture industry has evolved since I wrote that original article, I want to address this old question again.







    Find out what to consider when you’re deciding whether you should or shouldn’t stop consuming seafood. Plus, I share a shallow pan-fried catfish recipe idea with everyone’s favorite: buttermilk ranch dressing.







    Moderation. Small helpings. Sample a little bit of everything. These are the secrets of happiness and good health.Julia Child







    Thanks for listening. This podcast is free but not cheap to produce. You can support my work by hiring me to speak, commission mixed media watercolor art to support plastic pollution awareness, buy my wearable art, or my cookbook, Salmon From Market To Plate.







    If you’d like a passive way to stay connected, subscribe to my free monthly newsletter for author|artist updates. When you do, you get my freebie, Four Pillars to Creative Badassery. Unsubscribe anytime.









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    Resources:







    The Future of Fish Feed







    Aquaai: Robotic Fish







    FAO: Recirculating Aquaculture Systems







    TED: Science

    Aquaculture Update: GM Salmon, Astaxanthin, Today's Farmed Fish

    Aquaculture Update: GM Salmon, Astaxanthin, Today's Farmed Fish

    Three topics in ten minutes to help you become an informed, savvy farmed fish consumer.

    Why I didn’t watch Seaspiracy

    Why I didn’t watch Seaspiracy

    Did you watch the 2021 documentary Seaspiracy?







    It’s a sensationalized attempt to explain how the industrial fishing industry affects the environment.







    It’s not an easy film to watch. In fact, I turned it off five minutes in. Find out why.







    Listen here.







    Read:







    EU Rules to Combat IUU Fishing







    Tackling illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, An Infographic







    What Netflix’s Seaspiracy gets wrong about fishing, explained by a marine biologist







    Should You Stop Eating Fish?

    2021 Green Fish Blue Oceans Relaunch

    2021 Green Fish Blue Oceans Relaunch

    Do you want to add more seafood to your diet? Or learn which fish you should be buying and cooking? If you’re thinking yassss with a capital Y, then I’m here to help. As a seafood cookbook author, food industry pro, and lover of all things seafood, I help you up your seafood game in the kitchen, maybe lose a few of those COVID-19 pounds, *winks plus chat with other people in the seafood space who are working to provide you with the healthiest, freshest seafood.

    • 1 min
    S2 Aquaculture Cobia

    S2 Aquaculture Cobia

    image openbluecobia.com







    There are two reasons cobia is the most efficient fish for aquaculture production: it is fast-growing, and cobia has a high-quality, delicious-tasting flesh.







    Learn more about farmed cobia on Green Fish Blue Oceans in this ten-minute episode:







    * What is cobia? * Where and how it is farmed?* Plus two delectable recipe ideas for home cooks.







    Make smarter, healthier choices at the market so you can put more seafood dishes on the table two times a week.







    Listen now: 10-minutes







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    Resources







    * https://www.seattleaquarium.org/events/sound-conversations-green-fish-blue-oceans* https://www.seafoodwatch.org/seafood-recommendations/groups/cobia/overview* https://fishchoice.com/seafood-search?fin=269&shell=all&rate=&cert=&dist_reg=all&min_order=all&source* https://www.openblue.com/choose-cobia/

    • 9 min
    S2 Aquaculture Barramundi

    S2 Aquaculture Barramundi

    Listen to Green Fish Blue Oceans | S2 Aquaculture | Barramundi







    Scientists estimate that there are close to 22,000 fish species in the world.







    Yet in the US we continue to consume the same fish over and over—shrimp, salmon, tuna, tilapia, Alaska pollock, basa, cod, catfish, crabs, and clams.







    Is it because we like familiarity? Or is it because we don’t know enough about other fish?







    Listen to S2 Aquaculture | Barramundi as I tackle all things barramundi—what it is, how it’s farmed, why it’s sustainable, and a quick, easy, recipe idea and cooking technique—Lemony-Crunchy-Capers Barramundi.







    Subscribe for Free: Apple Podcasts | Google Play







    Did you find this podcast episode useful? Let me know by joining me on Facebook and Twitter.







    * http://www.berkeleywellness.com/healthy-eating/food/article/barramundi-good-fish-choice







    * http://insideunmannedsystems.com/the-tide-rises-for-open-ocean-farming/ * https://bapcertification.org/blog/bap-spotlight-humpty-doo/ 







    Written and produced by Maureen C. Berry.

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

5 Ratings

LeslieJane1961 ,

Green Fish Blue Oceans

Typically on a Friday afternoon, while on the train, I listen to at least two, sometimes three episodes of Green Fish Blue Oceans. But today, I decided to take the time to write a review of these podcasts. I am not one to write reviews, however, I have completely enjoyed these podcasts and have shared them with several friends. If you love fish, like fish, uncertain about fish, want to find ways to incorporate more fish into you diet, improve your health and help the the environment, listen to Green Fish Blue Oceans. They are informative, educational inspiring and, most importantly there are some pretty incredible recipes, which are, I must confess my favorite part. If your looking for recommendations, start with O is for Oysters and Oceans. Maureen, who writes and narrates the podcasts, makes learning about and enjoying oysters a little bit like soft seafood porn for the soul and your appetite. It got me engaged!

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