WHERE TO BUY FRESH FISH ONLINE?
When buying fresh fish online it is important to make sure you choose a reputable and quality supplier. Choose a website where the fish is coming direct from the fisherman, sea to plate.
WHERE TO BUY FRESH FISH NEAR ME?
The Adela lands fresh fish every day in Brixham harbour where it is prepared by fisherman Tristan Northway, and can be collected directly from the Brixham fishing boat.
WHERE TO BUY FRESH FISH FROM FISHERMAN?
At Brixham Harbour the Adela lands fresh most days, with the fish being sold directly from the boat by Tristan Northway.
HOW TO CHOOSE FRESH FISH?
Look and touch the fish, the fish should look bright and shiny. It shouldn’t be slimy. If buying whole fish, the gills should be red/pink and bright if they are dull/brown this is not fresh.
HOW TO KEEP FISH FRESH?
Fish should be put into a fridge as soon as possible; you can preserve the freshness for long by placing it on ice inside the fridge. Fish should be consumed within 2-3 days.
CAN FRESH FISH BE FROZEN
Yes, the fresher the fish and better it stores in a freezer. Store in an airtight container for up to 6 months. Oily fish such as salmon will store for 3 months.
HOW TO FIND FRESH FISH?
The Adela lands fresh fish every day in Brixham harbour where it is prepared and sold by fisherman Tristan Northway.
HOW LONG CAN YOU KEEP FRESH FISH IN THE FRIDGE?
The fresher the fish is when bought and the quicker you get it in a fridge the longer it will keep, but 2-3 days as a general rule.
WHERE TO BUY FRESH SEAFOOD NEAR ME?
The Adela lands fresh seafood and fish every day in Brixham harbour where it is prepared and sold by fisherman Tristan Northway, and can be collected directly from the Brixham fishing boat.
HOW TO COOK FISH RECIPES?
Fish is often best cooked simply and with plenty of butter. For recipe ideas and tips on how to prepare your fish check out our blogs or join our fish club.
HOW TO BAKE FISH RECIPES?
There are many fish baking methods from salt bakes to tin foil, the key is to keep it simple. Check out our blogs and fish club for lots of ideas.