Wild Alaskan Copper River Salmon Has Arrived at Seattle’s Pure Food Fish Market

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 18, 2015

The Northwest?s world-famous Alaskan Copper River Salmon season has returned, and Pure Food Fish Market is now taking orders for King and Sockeye Salmon straight from the pristine waters of the Copper River. Pure Food Fish Market is a fourth generation specialty fresh seafood shop in Seattle?s Pike Place Market. The company services the entire country online at FreshSeafood.com offering hand-cut and packaged orders from the market via FedEx overnight delivery. Order now online at FreshSeafood.com or by phone at (800) 392-FISH (3474). Fresh Copper River Salmon will be available at Pure Food Fish Market and FreshSeafood.com while supplies last.

These famous salmon come from the mighty Copper River, a very rugged 300-mile stretch of river in Alaska. In order for the salmon to survive their epic trek through the Copper River, they store extra fat and oils that help them to manage the journey. It is because of this added fat and oil content that the Copper River Salmon are recognized as the best-tasting salmon in the world.

In addition to their incredibly delicious flavor, these fish are loaded with nutritional benefits, making it a smart choice for healthy eating habits. An excellent source of protein and loaded with Omega-3 oils, which are recommended by the American Heart Association, not only does the heart benefit from salmon consumption, but studies have shown that fish oil can also help to combat psoriasis, rheumatoid arthritis, breast cancer and migraines.

?Omega-3 fatty acids benefit the heart of healthy people and those at high risk of ? or who have ? cardiovascular disease. Research has shown that omega-3 fatty acids decrease risk of arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeats), which can lead to sudden cardiac death. Omega-3 fatty acids also decrease triglyceride levels, slow the growth rate of atherosclerotic plaque and lower blood pressure (slightly)? ? provided by the American Heart Association online here.

Fresh, Wild Copper River King and Sockeye Salmon products include:

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We got the results last week – it was a grade 1 tumour that hadn’t spread to her lymph node.  So it was the best we could have hoped for. We did not get clean margins (as expected) and it has a 12% chance of returning.  If that happens, we’ll have to decide what to do then.  Our options would be to do radiation, remove the tumour again or take the whole leg.  We aren’t going to worry about it unless it happens.

We went back this week for a bandage change and a recheck on the skin graft.  It’s looking good.  She thinks it is still all alive.  :)

For the most part Lacey is doing well.  She isn’t going too stir crazy, she doesn’t pout in the cone and when I take it off, she doesn’t lick at her bandages much. The stitches on her flank look fantastic and the ones from her lymph node are also doing OK.  She’ll be in a cone for about another 1.5 weeks and then we’ll get the stitches removed and she’ll be able to go back to life as usual.

That’s pretty much it. Life is feeling rather dull at the moment!
Crazy Coulee and Little Lacey

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dogs-snails-lgNot every dog who enters service dog training ends up helping people. Some dogs, like Darwin the Labrador Retriever, turn out to be better suited to helping the environment instead.

According to Fox News via the Associated Press, after Darwin was deemed too high energy to be an effective human service dog, Dogs for Conservation, a U.S. based organization that trains dogs to help with wildlife preservation initiatives, adopted him.

They also adopted a shelter dog, black lab Neville, and trained the duo for a new, critical environmental job. These two super sniffing pups are now using their skills to sniff out giant African land snails that are threatening crops in the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador.

The dogs were assigned a job on Santa Cruz, the most visited of the Galapagos Islands, to hunt the snail, the largest species of land snail, which can grow to up more than 7.5 inches long.

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View from the Street: Who's calling Alan Jones a greenie?

View from the Street: Who's calling Alan Jones a greenie?
Today in Weird Accusations. As you may recall, yesterday we reflected on the odd sight of broadcaster Alan Jones slamming the Campbell Newman government for breaking an alleged promise regarding mining in the Darling Downs region of Queensland.
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Take it from us in India: the world needs renewables, not more Australian
Carmichael's coal will be exported to India from Queensland. But India's clean energy industry is already booming – we don't need your coal. A labourer takes a break from shovelling coal at a coal yard on the outskirts of Jammu. Photograph: Mukesh
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Owners: Dog treats killed our pets
Greenies recommends owners check that the treats are chewed and Joe Roetheli – who launched the brand as a treat that can freshen a dog's breath and clean its teeth – said it was important to pick the correct chew for a particular dog. There are 7
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Dec 18, IgG and IgE tests

I cannot find a laboratory that will do both IgG and IgE tests for dogs (pets in general). Do you know of a lab that will do both
Dog Food Blog | Best Dog Food Guide

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Dog lost in tornado reunites with his family

When a tornado hit Van, Texas last week, Andy and Brandi Bouchilllon were driving to take shelter in a local school. Suddenly a twister flipped their SUV, lifting it off the ground and spinning it around. Their 2-week-old daughter, Bailey and family terrier, Tater were in the car. When it landed they rushed their daughter to the hospital, not sure what had happened to Tater in all the devastation. The next day they returned to…
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This image (not the object) was sent to me by my email buddy Joe

Words fail me.
The Poodle (and Dog) Blog

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Bible plan for the 2015 year

Every year, I start on a new bible reading plan and this year, I would work through what is called the “Legacy Reading Plan”. The twist being that instead of using the Proverbs/Psalms reading plan that is incorporated with this, I instead opt to do the 31 days Psalms/Proverbs plan that had me, on top…

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Sunflower Faith

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Bright Now!

Tualatin, Oregon (PRWEB) May 12, 2015

Tualatin, Oregon, May 12, 2015 ? The Bright Now!

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Color Love // Denim

DENIM // Bubby and Bean
1. The Jean Vest in Clear Blue, Madewell  //  2. NSF Painted Beck Jeans, Madewell  //  3. Denim Mini Skirt, Marc By Marc Jacobs  //  4. Collingdon Denim Lace-ups, Burberry  //  5. Denim Lyocell Jumpsuit, H&M  //  6. Rivet & Thread Snap Shirt, Madewell  //  7. Ripped Denim Shorts, Zara  // 8. Denim Clutch, Forever 21  //  9. MOTO Denim Tshirt Dress, Topshop   

Through the years, as trends wax and wane and fads flash by almost instantaneously, good old-fashioned denim remains in style – always. Somehow it rises above fashion’s fickle tastes and continues to be the queen of the closest, able to be paired with almost anything and still look chic. And this season is no exception – denim is everywhere, in all different forms and shades. So for this edition of Color Love (I know, it’s been a while), I’m focusing on my favorite denim pieces that I’ve come across lately – all in that classic indigo shade for which it’s known. I’ve especially got my eye on that killer denim vest.

Are you a denim lover like I am? Which pieces are your favorites?


Bubby and Bean ::: Living Creatively

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