I thought I saw a fish market that was in a restaurant but I can’t find it. Any help would be appreciated!
I have for a while been aware that trout has significantly more vitamin D than cod (per 100 g: 759 IU and 46 IU, respectively - assuming Cronometer's numbers are accurate), and that's primarily what made me curious about how necessary cod is. I had a closer look right now, and, as far as vitamins and minerals go, there aren't many ways in which cod looks superior. Ok, it has 40% more magnesium and about 34% more selenium than trout, but I'm pretty sure that most people struggle less with getting enough of those nutrients (esp. selenium?) than with e.g. vitamin D and omega-3, which trout has much more of. Trout also has much more B12.
I suppose that people who try to limit their calorie/fat intake may prefer cod, but I am more interested in the nutritional aspect. Despite what I mentioned above, there might be some not so obvious reasons (strange/unknown nutrients?) why eating cod is a good idea even if you eat trout et cetera.
What do you think?
So happy! Last day last chance to get these fish in the month that I’m in right now so I’m super happy. Got a Gar as well