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Wild Caught Sea Scallops 2 lbs

$59.99

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100% Wild Caught Atlantic Sea Scallops

Physical Description: Approximately 2 lbs of U10 size Sea Scallops. Our scallops are shucked at sea, vacuum sealed and flash frozen to maintain freshness. Scallops are a highly prized shellfish for their delicate texture and taste. Ranging from pale pink to light beige with a soft texture.

Cooking: Reaching 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter, they can be pan-seared much like a filet mignon, with the high heat producing a crispy outer crust while leaving the center tender and medium to medium-rare. Grilling also yields delicious results. Always pat scallops dry before tossing on the grill. When prepared properly, scallops offer tender, sweet-yet-briny goodness and shine in dishes with simple preparation. You should thaw them overnight in the fridge; don’t use a microwave and don’t thaw them at room temperature. In a pinch, you can defrost frozen scallops by sealing them in a plastic zipper bag and running cold (not warm or hot) water over them.

Nutrition Information: Scallops are rich in vitamin B12 and phosphorus. They are a good source of magnesium and potassium and many trace elements. Scallops are a very lean source of protein (80 percent) and they provide over 80 nutrients! They are low in calories and provide a tremendous energy source. Scallops were featured in a 2005 study that indicated that these little fruits of the sea just may hold the potential for raising sexual hormone levels in both men and women. These mollusks also provide the body with a bevy of nutrients vital to a healthy sex life including high amounts of zinc.

Fishing Practices:  These scallops are 100% wild and natural, no additives what-so-ever. U.S. wild-caught Atlantic sea scallop is a smart seafood choice because it is sustainably managed and responsibly harvested under U.S. regulations. Caught in the northeast Atlantic Ocean (Canada to Mid Atlantic) using a scallop dredge. The catch period is year round with the season reaching it’s peak between in late Fall to early Winter.

 

Weight 2 lbs
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