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Salmon eggs are remarkably tough. 37 But their survival rate is nonetheless poor. Some are washed downstream and others are never fertilized. Many creatures prey on them, including their parents. The tini- 43 ‘Severn Salmon’, from Sarah Bowdich’s FreshWater Fishes . . (1828). Bowdich was convinced that the true colours of a fish could only be captured at the moment that it was removed from the water. Her plates are handcoloured and use gold and silver foil to recreate the metallic shine and shimmer of fish scales.

This initial examination of the biological salmon has only incidentally been concerned with food – dwelling mostly on why salmon don’t eat after they re-enter freshwater. Now the edible salmon swims into view as we explore its identity as sustenance for other creatures. 51 2 Edible Salmon The relationship that most Europeans have with salmon today is with the steaks and fillets they buy from the supermarket fish counter. Cod remains Britain’s top seller in terms of volume. Yet salmon is hot on its heels with nearly a third of fresh fish sales.

The meat and drink of the next chapter, though, is the salmon in its most familiar role. This initial examination of the biological salmon has only incidentally been concerned with food – dwelling mostly on why salmon don’t eat after they re-enter freshwater. Now the edible salmon swims into view as we explore its identity as sustenance for other creatures. 51 2 Edible Salmon The relationship that most Europeans have with salmon today is with the steaks and fillets they buy from the supermarket fish counter.

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