When I go to restaurants that serve fish, I’m always careful to choose responsibly. Chilean Sea Bass? No way!
Well, an article by Washington Post (sent to me by my step dad, thanks!) describes the widespread substitution of one cheap food for another. It includes corn syrup for honey, catfish for snapper, even imported crab for one of my favorite foods: Chesapeake blue crab. Come on!
It’s just another reason why you can never trust what your food is or where it comes from, unless you can look your farmer or fisherman in the eye as he bags up your purchase.