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Primal Pastures is extremely excited to be sourcing Wild Coho Salmon from the Quinault Indian tribe, who catch the salmon using traditional methods, it is a remarkable experience that bridges past with the present. For generations the Quinault Tribe has used time-honored techniques like dip netting and gill net fishing, passed down through their ancestors, to sustainably harvest salmon from pristine waters of the Quinault Indian Reservation on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula.
Wild Coho Salmon is high in anti-inflammatory fats, but has a milder flavor than both King Salmon and Sockeye Salmon, making it a good gateway fish for salmon newbies. Its orangey-red flesh has a firm texture, and many consider it the best type of salmon for grilling.
Wild Coho salmon is higher in mineral content such as potassium, zinc and iron. Wild Coho salmon also has a better omega-3 and omega-6 ratio and lower calories meaning you are getting more nutrition while consuming less calories. In addition, farmed salmon is given antibiotics through their feed which is over used and under regulated.
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