Physical Description: Approximately 6-8 oz of line caught Wild Caught Ahi Tuna Steaks. Sashimi Grade.
Cooking: Cooked ahi should be firm, flaky and tender. You can bake, broil, grill and fry ahi or serve it raw.
Nutrition Information: One 4 oz. serving of ahi tuna fish contains about 240 calories, 25 g of protein, 1 g of fat, and zero carbohydrates, which makes this an ideal food choice for people on a low-carb, high-protein diet. In addition, tuna is a good source of Vitamin B, omega-3 fatty acids, potassium, vitamin D, phosphorous, selenium, and magnesium.
Fishing Practices: Ahi lives in temperate ocean waters around the world. Ahi weighs up to 300 pounds and has pale pink flesh when raw. Fresh ahi is usually sold in the late spring through the early fall, but you can find frozen ahi steaks year-round. Our Ahi Tuna is line caught by sustainable artisanal fisheries using small day boats. The fish are processed on site, vacuum sealed and flash frozen. Marine Stewardship Council Certified.