Hake - 1 lb.
Hake - 1 lb.
Hake - 1 lb.

Hake - 1 lb.

Regular price $10.50
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When compared against its fellow white fish, Hake is firmer, dense, and thicker than most. Its mild and sweet taste has made it a staple on many New England menus. A great substitute for cod, haddock, or pollock, Hake can be prepared and served in a very quick fashion. We typically salt ours prior to cooking to tenderize and enhance the flavor. Our favorite Hake dish is a seared tomato and basil medley in white wine sauce served over a bed of linguine.

Packaging & Usage: High tech flash frozen and vacuum sealed in 1 lb. portions at peak freshness from the ocean. Each packaged item provides the transparent catch data to harvest your local catch; the species, fisherman, vessel, port of origin, and gear used. Items delivered moderately thawed on dry ice may be put directly into your freezer to keep at restaurant quality for up to nine months, or thaw under refrigeration prior to cooking. Product has four day refrigerated shelf life.

 

Population Size

The Hake Fishery's population size in the New England are above targeted levels.

(Source: NOAA) 

Fishing Rate

The fishing rate of Hake is at the recommended level, overfishing is not occurring. 

(Source: NOAA) 

Gear & Environmental Impact

A raised-footrope trawl is commonly used to keep the net off the bottom to reduce bycatch of flatfish and other species.

(Source: NOAA) 

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Source: Red's Best - Boston, Massachusetts

Upon delivery, the transparency of how your purchase was caught will be even greater. The fisherman, boat, harbor, and method of catch will be on the packaging of each piece of seafood compliments of Red's proprietary traceability software.

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Testimonials

The scallops were enormous and so sweet, I will be back for more!

Anne R.

My favorite is the swordfish, we tried them on the grill this summer and they were outstanding!

Emily R.

Why choose Local Provisions?

Authenticity

Every piece of seafood you purchase will include the fisherman, boat, home harbor, and method used to catch your local purchase.