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May 13, 2015

Ingredients

4 150-g pcs. Cobia taken from the thickest part of the fillet
12 Lauris’s green asparagus
8 young carrots
4 young onions
4 finely cut slices fennel
Salt and pepper

For spiced oil:

1 garlic clove
1 sprig wild thyme...

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May 13, 2015

Ingredients

4 120-g pcs. Cobia, skin on
250 g fresh peas
1 chopped shallot
25 g butter
3 dL poultry stock
Olive oil
2 slices brown bread
4 finely cut slices smoked bacon
Salt and pepper...

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May 13, 2015

Napoleon

Ingredients

1 250-g slice of Cobia fillet in the thick portion of the fillet
1 ripe mango
1 cucumber
A few grilled sesame seeds
4 mustard cress leaves

Preparation

Peel the mango and the cucumber.
Cut them into 8-cm by 4-cm rectangular slices...

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February 26, 2015

Independent, third-party research shows Open Blue Cobia as having the highest Omega 3 fatty acid content among all other tested species, including farmed Atlantic salmon. It was also compared to other premium species such as farmed yellowtail kingfish, Chilean sea bass, farmed barramundi and land protein sources and in all cases Open Blue Cobia outperformed by very significant amounts. It is particularly high in EPA and DHA (total of 3.3 g / 100 g), the fatty acids that promote heart health, cognitive development and have anti-aging properties.

These results can be traced back to...

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