Wild Salmon vs Farm Salmon
I make sushi with it for 3 years now. It's wild salmon caught in Pacific Ocean.They won't taste like those orange salmons from farms. However if you are looking at health value than those Wild are better. Farm ones are fed with fatty seafood. Which gave them orange colour. Amount of salmon in one farm cause them to be highly deformed and "malnutrition". Salmons are healthy when eat normal food from natural environment -> Wild Salmon (Must have in describion Caught in Pacific Ocean or other place) Alaska and China share same Ocean. Majority Salmon are caught in this Ocean. Countries who has access to Ocean, in most cases just send them to China to fillet/pack and send to countries. No such thing as Alaskan Salmon. Chicken made in Czech and packed in Frence is made in France. According to EU law. They could be caught close to Alaskan borders or caught by Alaskan fishersmen. But in the end they will be sold to China. Such Salmon must have "made in China" even tho it was caught by Alaskan in Alaska
Tasty and low fat
These were very tasty and light
Wild Alaskan salmon from China Pacific??
Just wondering how wild Alaskan salmon is produced in China from the Pacific? Come on Tesco, you can do better than this.
Followed the cooking instructions exactly & the result was completely tasteless, tough & generally not worth eating. Gave the rest to the dog!
Revolting. Smelt like cat food, tasted awful. Bizarre texture, and came out grey once cooked. Please don't waste your money. Tesco really need to pull this from stock.
Wouldn't buy again.
It did not smell fresh even as I was cooking it, though it came straight from teh freezer, plus very little taste.
I should have read the reviews, a waste of money
This salmon tastes nasty. I cooked two pieces and threw away the rest of the bag. A costly mistake.
Dry and Tasteless
I used to buy these regularly and steam them. They always came out dry and tasteless. I have now started buying Norwegian or Scottish Salmon which are tender and succulent. I now wonder what they are doing to these salmon fillets to make them so tasteless and dry.
the product is definitely not wild Alaskan salmon,
the product is definitely not wild Alaskan salmon, the quality looks and taste like rubber
Made in China!!!
Rubbery glue produced in China. Astonishingly they have managed to call it wild Alaskan.... My love for Made in China is growing day by day...@~###@#$%