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Turbot Fishing

A worker in a blue overcoat, yellow rubber gloves, hairnet and white hardhat places turbot fish onto a conveyor belt that drops them into a whirring machine. The machine spits out separate piles of skins and bones. A conveyor belt exits the machine carrying filets. Eight other workers, all wearing the same overcoats and hardhats […]

Arctic Char

Back at Steger’s Minnesota homestead when we were packing our expedition food, we wondered, “Will the Inuit team members want to eat oatmeal for breakfast?” We contacted Theo to ask. His reply: “I would prefer to eat char.” Arctic char, the northernmost species of freshwater fish, is a mainstay of the Inuit diet. A member […]