Is Wild Seafood Market prone to supply chain issues?
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Is Wild Seafood Market prone to supply chain issues?

To quickly qualm any concerns the title of this article may yield, the ultimate answer is “not really”. We source our own fish, however, there a few Florida-based suppliers we work with to bring in certain shellfish. With other big resellers experiencing shortages we have seen a higher demand at our market, which could be…

How To Buy Wild Caught Seafood in Florida
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How To Buy Wild Caught Seafood in Florida

The overall nutritional benefits of eating fresh, wild-caught seafood more often than not exceed those from farm-raised fish. “More often than not” is actually a huge understatement. There are very few circumstances that would yield to farm-raised fish having more health benefits than wild-caught seafood. Only when farm-raised fish are produced with the most ethical…

Ordering Whole Fish vs Fillets
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Ordering Whole Fish vs Fillets

Are you thinking about ordering fish online but not sure whether it’s more practical to get a whole fish or just the fillets? Well, there are pros and cons to either option – the choice really depends on what you need. If you know how to handle your own fish, then buying a whole fish…

Grilled Key West Pink Shrimp Kabobs Experiment
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Grilled Key West Pink Shrimp Kabobs Experiment

Shell on vs. shell off, the experiment For us, grilled shrimp is among our favorite flavors to put on the plate. We’ve done kabobs in past but always cooked them with the shell off. Prior to cooking our shrimp kabobs this time around, we did some research to determine whether or not to grill the…

Why Choose Wild Caught, USA Sourced Fish?
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Why Choose Wild Caught, USA Sourced Fish?

Supporting your local fish markets, helping further sustainable fishing, and acquiring only the highest quality, best-tasting fish you’ll ever enjoy are just a few of the top reasons why you should always choose wild-caught fish sourced right here in the USA. If you’re abroad, outside the United States be sure to look for a wild-caught…

How To Order Seafood & Fresh Fish Online
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How To Order Seafood & Fresh Fish Online

In this article, we start with an overview of online ordering and finding the right seafood supplier for attaining the best fresh seafood available. From there, we will break down the ordering system for this very website, WildSeafoodMarket.com. Chances are good that these same steps will apply to most other USA-based retail seafood suppliers. Selecting…

Lemon Kick’n Grouper Recipe
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Lemon Kick’n Grouper Recipe

If you’re looking for the perfect mix of effortless and flavorful with a nice kick, this is the recipe for you. Basically, we’re adding a twist on the traditional lemon-butter Grouper, adding a touch of Braswell’s seasoning to properly spice up this fish dish. What you’ll need: Buying Fresh, Quality Grouper Before we get much…

Mangrove Snapper VS Red Snapper, What’s the Difference?
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Mangrove Snapper VS Red Snapper, What’s the Difference?

Both the mangrove snapper and red snapper are impressive fish in their own ways. While some snappers are known for being excellent table fare than the others, all snappers taste great and certainly have a place on the table. So, what’s the difference between these two?  Physical appearance and some slight variations in flavor separate…

How Can I Support Sustainable Fishing?
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How Can I Support Sustainable Fishing?

You’re likely not a commercial fisherman nor in a place to directly effect regulations and thinking “so what can I do?” You have power to effect change and it’s in your wallet (or purse). Where you spend money is much like casting a vote. Choosing to support the wrong candidate results in companies that don’t…

Red Grouper Vs Scamp Grouper, What’s the Difference? 
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Red Grouper Vs Scamp Grouper, What’s the Difference? 

Groupers are most renowned for having excellent food value and flavor. There are more than 400 different species but the most popular in Florida are the Red, Black, and Gag groupers. You are always likely to find red grouper on the menu of seafood restaurants and sold at seafood markets. Meanwhile, the scamp grouper is…