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Sablefish features a rich succulent flavor and a velvety texture. It has thick and beautiful snow-white fillets that flake perfectly and are melt-in-your-mouth delicious!

Sablefish’s succulence is often compared to SeaBass or Halibut and is rich in heart-healthy Omega-3 fatty acids.

Bon Appetit Magazine featured Sablefish on their list of Top 10 Hot Ingredients (January 2005 issue). Sablefish is also mentioned in the popular men’s magazine Details as a new fish to discover.  (February 2005 issue).

The Alaska Sablefish harvest season opens in mid-March and runs through mid-November – practically year round!

Alaska boasts the largest Sablefish population in the world, thanks to the state’s tight regulations to ensure sustainability of its seafood species.


Nutrition Value 

Based on a serving size of 100g/3.5 oz, wild Sablefish has the following nutritional values:

Calories:     250

Protein:      17g

Fat:               20g

Saturated Fat: 4g

Sodium:       70mg

Cholesterol:  65mg

Omega-3’s (EPA+DHA):      1800mg


Check out delicious Sablefish recipes here: http://recipes.alaskaseafood.org/