Alaskan Halibut is a lean fish with mild, sweet tasting, pure white flesh, and a firm but tender texture. Halibut retains its moisture well in frozen state and keeps its texture when cooked. Uncooked, the white flesh of halibut should be almost translucent, not dull, yellowish or dried out. When cooked, the snow-white meat loses its glossy appearance and is flaky and tender though still firm.
Caught in Southeast Alaska on the F/V Middleton.
HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS – Halibut
Ships frozen. Keep refrigerated for up to 7 days, or keep frozen