The San Diego Bluefin Tuna

 

USA Wild Sustainable Harvest Method: Rod & Reel 

Your Fishermen: Charles Saraspe & Greg Gershman

Description: Sustainably wild caught off the coast of California. Depending on migration, sizes normally range from 40lbs - 200lbs. However, due to the protection, prior exploitation, and means for conserving the delicacy of a fish, our rod & reel fishermen seek to harvest the mature, larger range, to allow the younger to grow and therefore conserve the species. 

Cooking Methods & Tips: 

Bake: 30 minutes @375 degrees

Broil: 8-10 minutes

Grill: 2-2.5 minutes

Sauté: 1.5 minutes on each side

Smoke: 4 hours @180-225 degrees

Raw: Sashimi style

Saraspe Family Tips: Our sashimi grade tuna is a versatile fish that's a great choice for searing, poke, spicy tuna or simply serving raw. Your product will be delivered in a food-grade ziplock bag ready for consumption raw or cooked. This product is sashimi-grade. Check out our favorite recipe from our blog!

Perfect Tuna Poke Recipe

Nutrition (3 oz): Protein: 20-26g, Fat: 2-5g, Carbohydrates: 0g

Bluefin* is a good source of Vitamin A, Niacin (B3), Vitamin B12, Phosphorus, and Selenium. Omega 3/Omega 6 ratio of 25:1.

(Source: Nutrient data for this listing was provided by USDA SR-21.)

*Consumer Advisory Notice:  Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness. There is a risk associated with consuming raw or undercooked foods such as meat, poultry, or seafood products. If you have chronic illness of the liver, stomach, blood, or have immune disorders, you are at greater risk of illness from raw oysters and should eat oysters fully cooked. If unsure, consult your physician. 

Our mission is to bring awareness of responsible harvests and the importance of wild-caught seafood from your California fishermen and their families. Our livelihoods depend on sustainable food systems. Saraspe Seafoods is one of the few places you can get live spot prawn directly from the boat and the family that fished them. 

Saraspe Seafoods a third generation fishing family. 
Commercially fishing in San Diego since 1952.