Tongue Sole is a special fish living under sand and mud, occurs in both fresh and saltwater. This fish is a popular seafood in Europe where the fishery volume is biggest in the world. Tongue Sole lives also in almost Vietnam seas and rivers, a very common fish for Vietnamese for many years. Its meat is so sweet, tasty and no allergy.
The skipjack tuna, Katsuwonus pelamis, is a medium-sized perciform fish in the tuna family, Scombridae. It is otherwise known as the aku, arctic bonito, mushmouth, oceanic bonito, striped tuna, or victor fish. It grows up to 1 m (3 ft) in length. It is a cosmopolitan pelagic fish found in tropical and warm-temperate waters. It is a very important species for fisheries.
The freshness of tuna meat is generally judged by its bright red colour. The desirable colour is due to the level of oxygenated myoglobin, which is present in the red muscle fibres. In order to retain its fresh red colour for a longer period, carbon monoxide (CO) gas has been used to treat meat in the modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) system.
Whether raw or cooked, the fish flavor is hearty enough to stand up to strong seasoning and flavors. Yellowfin Tuna Steak meets the FDA regulations for consuming raw. We test every lot of our fish at plant level and put product through a rigorous quality control process.
Yellow onion is a variety of dry onion with a strong flavour. They have a greenish-white, light yellow, or white inside, its layers of papery skin have a yellow-brown or pale golden colour. It is higher in sulphur content than the white onion, which gives it a stronger, more complex flavour.
Yellowfin tuna are torpedo-shaped with dark metallic blue backs, yellow sides, and a silver belly. They have very long anal and dorsal fins and finlets that are bright yellow. Yellowfin can live up to six or seven years. They are highly migratory and are found throughout the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
Young corn ears can be consumed raw, with the cob and silk, but as the plant matures (usually during the summer months), the cob becomes tougher and the silk dries to inedibility. By the end of the growing season, the kernels dry out and become difficult to chew without cooking them tender first in boiling water.