What is the best tasting salmon?
Some people swear that Copper River sockeye is the best. Others would argue for wild kings or Chinook, maybe even one of the rare “white” kings of Alaska. Still others might say that wild ocean caught Coho is the best ... or kokanee from Kootenay Lake in British Columbia. A few might even argue for “organic” farmed salmon from Ireland or Kuterra from north Vancouver Island. There is no general agreement, nor even criteria for deciding what the best tasting salmon is.
Here are ten pretty good answers to this question.
The best tasting salmon is one you catch yourself.
The best tasting salmon is wild, not farmed.
The best tasting salmon is not too raw, not overdone, but cooked just right.
The best tasting salmon is the first fish of the season.
The best tasting salmon is cooked right by a river over an open wood fire.
The best tasting salmon is smoked the traditional way by a Native American.
The best tasting salmon is one which you eat with family and friends.
The best tasting salmon is cooked only with a little butter and touch of lemon, nothing else.
The best tasting salmon was the very first one you caught as a child fishing with your Dad or Mom.
The best tasting salmon would have been that world record King which somehow got away.
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