Today’s Solutions: June 18, 2024

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Spirulina-based smoked salmon looks feels and tastes like the real deal

Do you love smoked salmon but have qualms with the netting of wild fish or the questionable practices of fish farming? Well, soon, you won’t have to compromise your environmental and ethical values to satisfy your smoked salmon craving. Israeli startup SimpliiGood and IFF-Dupont are working on Read More...

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Endangered salmon returns to California streams after abundant rains

After one of the driest years in recent memory, the heavy rains that flooded California in late 2021 were welcomed by farmers, urban planners, and a much-awaited guest — the endangered coho salmon. “We’ve seen fish in places that they haven’t been for almost 25 years,” said Preston Read More...

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Listening to salmon could make farmed fishing less wasteful

Farmed salmon make up somewhere between 60 and 70 percent of all the salmon humans eat. Those salmon need to be fed, but it can be tricky for growers to understand when to feed them and how much food to provide. After all, salmon do not behave like dogs, who will simply saunter over to their supper Read More...

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Salmon spawn in the upper Columbia River for the first time in 80 years

For several decades, Native American tribe leaders and scientists have dreamt of seeing the return of salmon in the Columbia River system. Now that dream has come true after biologists counted 36 redds (a nest in which female salmon lay their eggs) along the Sanpoil River, a tributary of the Read More...

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Not a gram of salmon goes to waste with this new process

With their fresh taste and numerous health benefits, it’s not all too hard to understand why salmon is such a sought-after fish. But unfortunately, overfishing and polluted waterways have diminished populations globally. On top of that, we also waste a whole lot of the salmon we do end up Read More...

Add these 4 foods to your diet

Add these 4 foods to your diet to reduce bloating

If your stomach has ever swollen to the point where you felt the urge to unbutton your pants, chances are bloating is to blame. The good thing is that bloating can usually be relieved with some simple dietary changes. According to Kellyann Petrucci, a leading naturopathic physician, nutritionist, Read More...

Salmon populations are bouncin

Salmon populations are bouncing back in Washington—thanks to beavers

Beavers are known to settle in freshwater lakes and rivers, so a tidally salty wetland might seem like a strange place to search for beavers. But in Washington, beavers have made their home at the salty Elwha delta which was only recently reformed after two dams in the area were removed in the Read More...

Could the “salmon cannon”

Could the “salmon cannon” really save ecosystems?

Humans everywhere were captivated over the weekend by a viral video of salmon being transported from one estuary to another through a giant overland pneumatic tube — a.k.a. the “fish tube.” The jaunty video, which shows fish shooting through the sky like checks in a bank drive-thru, Read More...

A dozen foods to keep your ski

A dozen foods to keep your skin healthy and smooth

If lotion and other cremes aren’t giving you the silky-smooth skin you crave, no worries. There are a bunch of foods you can add to your diet that will keep your skin healthy, smooth, and glowing. Along with reducing inflammation, fatty types of fish such as salmon can help keep skin moisturized. Read More...