3.5 oz (100g) raw edible portion
Total Fat 10.43g
Saturated Fat 3.1g
* omega 3 fatty acid high, varies depending upon region of origin.
With a medium-firm texture, ivory king salmon has the appearance of halibut and the flavor of wild Chinook (king) salmon.
The one cardinal rule is: NEVER OVERCOOK SALMON. Although it is an oily fish, overcooking makes the flesh dry and dense, and it can become quite chewy in texture.
Ivory salmon are rare and difficult to find, but we believe they are worth the search. If we have them, you need to get them while you can.
Only 1 in a 100 salmon that are caught are Ivory Kings.
Ivory king is a delicacy of the Pacific Northwest native to certain rivers of southeast Alaska and Canada.
There are three common techniques for commercial fishing – seining, gill netting, and trolling.
Wild Chinook salmon.
Ivory salmon tends to be milder, silkier, and more buttery in flavor.