Most of us believe that global warming exists as a result of carbon dioxide emissions from various human activities. Many look to hybrid cars and other "green" products to be part of the solution.
You can also make a difference with your fork and spoon. A significant amount of petroleum energy is used to grow the grains that are used in processed foods, fertilizers, and to feed the animals we eventually eat. The animals use energy to stand up much of their lives and to maintain their warm-blooded temperatures.
Fish, on the other hand, are cold-blooded and don't need to work to stand up. Wild fish are one of the ecologically best protein sources. Some farmed fish also meet high environmental standards. Check out Loch Duart to learn about good farmed salmon.
It should be no surprise that this recipe features farmed Loch Duart salmon and spinach from our hospital's farmers' market. It is simple and delicious.
This makes a really good dinner. Other fish would work also.