Everything you need to know about Salmon
Salmon is one of our most versatile fish, adapting well to any cooking method (even steaming, poaching, or grilling) because of its high fat content, which also makes it a forgiving choice for inexperienced cooks because it stays moist even when overcooked.
A great source of Omega-3 and other nutrients
In addition to their distinctive flavor, both wild and farmed salmon are good sources of protein; omega-3 fatty acids; vitamins A, B, D, E; potassium; iodine; and selenium.
From the "Legal Sea Foods Cookbook" by Roger Berkowitz and Jane Doerfer, illustrated by Edward Koren.