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Branzino Fillet, Boneless , 6-7oz

$1099

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Description

Cultivated in their natural environment and fed an all natural diet. Free of GMO's and antibiotics. These fish are hand cut.

Country of Origin: Greece
Method of Production: Farm Raised
Contains: Fish (Bronzini)

About Our Seafood
  • Cut fresh daily and frozen at the peak of freshness
  • Focus on wild-caught & sustainably farm-raised sources
  • Purchased direct from the fisherman & locally sourced whenever possible
Recommended Cooking Method

Hot Pan - Get a heavy-bottomed pan very hot over medium-high heat for several minutes.  
Dry The Fish - There are two main reasons fish sticks. The pan is either not hot enough or there is too much moisture on the fish. Before seasoning it, pat dry with a paper towel. 
Oil Pan - Evenly coat a pan with a neutral oil. Heat to just smoking before you add the fish. 
Patience - Do not mess with the fish. Let it cook. As you see a golden-brown color around the edge, slide a spatula gently under to turn it over. Fish can flake and fall apart when it is cooked, so be gentle. Allow 2-3 minutes per side for a perfectly cooked fish.

Shipping Information

 Where do you ship and how much does it cost?

For deliveries to the Northeast (excluding New Hampshire & Maine) shipping is $9.99 and FREE on orders over $150.

For deliveries outside of the Northeast see shipping rates below based on the order size.

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Packaging Information

You order is carefully packed with a thick 1.5" insulation and dry ice. Most orders are delivered in 1 day transit, however, we package them to last up to 72 hours in most conditions*. 

The box and insulation are fully curbside recyclable..

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*Items may partially thaw in shipment but should arrive cold—below 40°F as measured with a food thermometer—if not solid frozen. As per the USDA Freezing and Food Safety Guidelines — meats that are refrigerator cold, partly frozen (solid), or frozen can be placed into the freezer for later use.

Thawing Instructions

BEST WAY (Recommended) 

Our recommendation is to thaw in a pan or tray to catch any possible leaks. Defrost in the refrigerator prior to cooking. Meat, poultry, and seafood can be thawed in their packaging. It should take no longer than a day to fully thaw one pound of meat; larger cuts of meat will take longer. Most seafood can defrost in as little as 12 hours. 
  

FAST WAY 

Need to quick thaw — vacuum sealed products should be placed in cold water for 30 to 60 minutes. We suggest using a waterproof package or bag to keep water out. In cold tap water submerge the sealed bag, changing the water every 30 minutes as it continues to thaw. Smaller packages of seafood/meat will typically thaw in an hour or less. Larger pieces can take several hours. 

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