Usually reserved to Restaurant: Flash Frozen Cod from Fogo Island Newfoundland
The fishers only go out 5 miles from the coast in small day boats, where they catch 500-600 lbs of fresh fish per day, in sight of home.
The cod is cold (as in, really cold) water fish – the currents heading down the coast of Labrador are the same that bring icebergs in from Greenland.
The fish is caught just once per year (in the fall) which means the fish are at their physiological peak.
The cod is caught using hand lines, bled at sea, and flash frozen to maintain peak freshness.
Weight: about 1lb