Gone “whole” fishin': A Q&A with TED ebook author Maria Finn, champion of holistic food

Originally posted on TED Blog:

Seafood is delicious, not to mention extremely healthy. But from where TED Book author Maria Finn sits, there are even more benefits to eating fish and shellfish — because they offer anyone the opportunity to lessen their impact on global systems. An advocate of “whole food” cooking, Finn knows that nearly every part of a fish can be delectable. In The Whole Fish: How Adventurous Eating of Seafood Can Make You Healthier, Sexier, and Help Save the Oceans, Maria Finn shares seafood recipes from top chefs, from fish head soup to skins broiled into “fish bacon.” Even fish bones can be consumed — if they are ground into “salt.”

Below, the TED Blog reached out to Finn with several questions, to hopefully whet your seafood appetite.

What is important about the whole fish/whole food movement?

Most people love the ocean and we are coming to the realization that we have done…

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