April 19, 2013


This is a wonderful thing to eat on a very nice friday: toasted bread, real butter, cottage cheese and salmon. And please, be nice and try to buy MSC-certified fish, if it's available to you :)


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    1. It stands for "Marine Stewardship Council" and it is a certification a (marine)product can get if it is sustainable and environmentally conscious e.g. not trawling and such things. I copy-pasted the three main principles for you, but it is a really long story and you should check out the website!

      Principle 1: Sustainable fish stocks
      The fishing activity must be at a level which is sustainable for the targeted fish population. Any certified fishery must operate so that fishing can continue indefinitely and is not overexploiting the resources.
      Principle 2: Minimising environmental impact
      Fishing operations should be managed to maintain the structure, productivity, function and diversity of the ecosystem on which the fishery depends.
      Principle 3: Effective management
      The fishery must meet all local, national and international laws and must have a management system in place to respond to changing circumstances and maintain sustainability.

      Their website is called http://www.msc.org/

  2. somehow i alsways thought you'd be vegan.

  3. i thought you were vegan..

  4. That's actually really funny that you thought that. Guess I posted a few vegan recipes, which might inspire the thought. I'm not vegan, never was, never gonna be. I love a big red steak, I'm sorry, atmosphere. I also love milk, cheese, BUTTER, cream, salmon and anything in between. However, I also like a bit of conscious eating. Which is why I recommend movies and literature on the topic, that I liked myself. And which is why I buy organic and local/national(our country's really kind of small), because I feel like that is the right thing to do. This is also the first times I've bought salmon in months, and I eat red meat about 1 or 2 times a month, so it's not like I'm overeating ;) I feel like you need to make an educated decision about what you eat - And that if veganism or vegetarianism isn't for you, it isn't for you. It makes me sad not to eat butter, I'm sorry ;) I decided, but I try to do my best under that choice.

    I really hope I didn't mislead any of you, that was never my intention.