by Bruce Erskine, Chronicle Herald
Posted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at 3:33PM EDT
The slow fish movement, a subset of the slow food movement, has come to Nova Scotia.
“Slow is better,” said Dave Adler, the Ecology Action Centre’s community supported fisheries co-ordinator, in an interview Monday.
Slow Fish Nova Scotia, a sub-committee of Slow Food Nova Scotia, is being launched Sunday at Fid Resto in Halifax.
The event will feature hook-and-line-caught haddock, farmed mussels, quahogs, land-farmed Arctic char, diver-caught scallops and sea urchins, trap-caught Chedabucto Bay shrimp and Bay of Fundy lobster.
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