Crown Prince Alaskan Pink Salmon -- 7.5 oz
I eat salmon almost daily, and have tried many canned salmon brands. I refuse to eat the brands that do not leave the skin and bones in tact, as they hold many wonderful nutrients. This brand, thankfully, leaves the skin and bones in. Great source of omega 3, calcium, b-12, vitamin d, and selenium, among other things. Low mercury to my knowledge. Wonderful product. Highly recommend.
Adding San-J GF soy sauce or Orange Sauce and throwing it on the stovetop for a couple minutes really adds some delicious flavor.
November 23, 2014
Direct source of Omega-3!
I ran out of Crowne Prince once and bought a different wild caught source. Believe it or not, but you will not find a higher quality can of salmon. This one can eats like a meal and provides the majority of your daily requirements for Omega 3 Fatty Acids. You will get used to the small amounts of bone and skin mixed in. And begin to miss it with other brands. If you're not a huge fish fan a little lemon juice will kill most of the fish flavor. I like to add fresh ground pepper also. Pairs really well with cheese crackers.
November 20, 2014
This is my hands down favorite brand of canned salmon. Trying to find a quality brand that comes WITH the skin/bones these days is really tough, since lots of companies try to cater to the (very unhealthy/unnatural) general population. Both my research (and my awesome naturopathic doc) said that salmon w/ skin/bones is super healthy, and I literally feel more nourished after eating this brand of canned salmon that if I were to cook some up myself (without eating the skin/bones)! Health aside, this is also my hands down best tasting brand/form of salmon.
April 30, 2014
high quality salmon
I have purchased this same high quality salmon in stores but the cost is much higher. I save a great deal by going through Vitacost to get this product. I usually get free shipping on my orders so I have an additional savings from that.
April 29, 2014
Great Canned Salmon!!
Bones in and skin on for calcium and more healthy oils. They just mash up anyway. No extra salt or oil, just salmon. Wild caught which apparently means it's likely spawned in a hatchery but then released when only a few inches long. That means it is essentially wild so it eats what salmon are supposed to eat, is the colour that salmon is supposed to be and I guess that means it tastes how salmon is supposed to taste. Go figure.
December 31, 2013