Eat More Fish

The ninth Healthy Habits goal: Make seafood the centerpiece of two meals a week.

Fish on a Budget

5 tips for getting the best for your grocery dollars

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Skin-on salmon fillet
Lee Harrelson

Look for steak-cut fish and skin-on fillets.

If whole fish seem intimidating, try steak-cut or skin-on. The bones and connective tissue of steak-cut fish like salmon, cod, and halibut help retain moisture and prevent shrinkage when cooked. For the same reasons, skin-on fillets are a better choice than skinless fillets. Since these options are less processed, they’re often less expensive.

These recipes take advantage of salmon steaks:
 Spicy Herb-Grilled Salmon Steaks
 Salmon With Grilled Vegetables
 Grilled Salmon Pepper Steaks
 Herb-Grilled Salmon
 Broiled Salmon on Weinkraut With Juniper Berries

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