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Tiny Fish Co.
Tiny Fish Co.’s Octopus in Butter with Lemon and Dill is a sea-to-table treat that is as ethical as it is scrumptious! Caught in the pristine Alaskan waters near Dutch Harbor, this isn’t just any octopus; it’s the majestic Giant Pacific Octopus and it is a wild bycatch from the pot-caught cod operations aboard the F/V Raven Bay, where Dustan, Evie, and their crew catch fish as humanely and sustainably as possible. These folks are dedicated to fishing in the most sustainable ways possible. In fact, pot fishing is one of the most environmentally friendly methods around, minimizing by-catch and reducing impact to the sea floor, thus showing some serious love to Mother Earth.
But let’s talk about what’s in the can! The octopus is packed with sunflower oil, clarified butter, dill weed, and a spritz of lemon. The result? A harmony of flavors that make your taste buds do the happy dance.
Ingredients: Ingredients: Pacific octopus, sunflower oil, butter, freeze-dried lemon powder, dill, salt
Contains: Fish, Dairy
2 Hungry Birds – Sanne: This octopus is one of my favorite tinned seafood products in the shop. I usually eat it straight from the can, as an indulgent snack that goes perfectly with a chilled glass of white wine, but the octopus is also a popular addition to any tapas table. The sauce/marinade is packed with flavor, so make sure you serve the octopus with bread to soak up every drop of it.
Tiny Fish Co. is here to change the way you think about canned fish. Forget what you know; this is a woman-owned biz with an ambitious mission: to revolutionize the canned fish industry by offering products that are not only mouth-wateringly good but also tread lightly on Mother Earth.
Chef Sara Hauman is woman with accolades as impressive as her flavors. ! You may recognize her from her 2021 appearance on Top Chef Portland, but her culinary journey stretches from the vibrant kitchens of San Francisco’s Mister Jiu’s to the world-renowned Asador Etxebarri in Spain’s Basque region. With Eater Young Guns and Zagat 30 Under 30 awards in her pocket—not to mention being a two-time James Beard Award Rising Star semi-finalist—this self-proclaimed “yogurt queen” and “tiny fish enthusiast” lets the quality of her ingredients do all the talking. Dive in with Tiny Fish Co., where flavor meets sustainability in the most delightful way. Cheers to conscious eating!