Paul greenbergs american catch the fight for our local seafood is an entertaining and compelling natural history and social commentary on the history and current state of seafood consumption and fisheries in the united states. American catch tells the tragedy inefficiency and comedy of the current state of our countrys seafood industry by relating the histories of three foods oysters shrimp and sockeye salmon this is not at all written from an environmentalist or preservationist perspective rather this focuses more on an economic outlook. Interview paul greenberg author of american catch the fight for our local seafood the salt one third of the seafood americans catch is sold abroad but most of the seafood we eat here is . It is a particularly american contradiction that the thing we should be eating most is the thing most absent from our plates fish and shellfish are today widely recognized by physicians as central to our physical and mental health and just about every contemporary diet paleo mediterranean atkins south beach take your pick recommends seafood as a key animal protein
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