Rainbow Trout With Dill
Charcuterie is a way of life, so why not bring water elements into the mix? A collaboration of rainbow trout, bright dill, and cold-pressed sunflower oil, this canned morsel deserves a grand entrance to any snack board or homemade meal. Responsibly farm-raised and harvested by the Cole Munro family in Ontario, Canada, Scout’s trout are never exposed to antibiotics and are fed trout feed sourced from Skretting, a Best Aquaculture Practice (BAP) certified fish feed mill.
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About the Brand
Scout is on a mission to become the most trusted seafood brand in North America while reducing food waste and protecting our oceans. Led by a love for seafood and respect for the ecosystem, Scout is Certified B-Corp pending and a proud member of 1% for the Planet, reinvesting every sale into climate action projects.
By leading as the first seafood cannery that 100% sources from the U.S. and Canada, Scout works directly with fisheries and sustainable farms coast to coast. And each of their recipes are lovingly developed by their co-founder and acclaimed chef, Charlotte Langley.
How to use
Serve up trout as tapas on some warm crostini.
What People Are Saying
Awesome texture and flavor!
I failed to realize that it was only a 3..1 ounces package and it didn’t seem to even contain that much. For $7 it never occurred to me that the package would be so small and given how small it was I wouldn’t have expected 1/3 to 1/2 of it to be oil& dill. It amounted to 4 dainty bites. It’s hilarious that the packaging includes recipes as if it contains enough product for a recipe. The only recipe should be put atop four crackers. The packaging was nice,, but I suspect that it is meant obscure the incredibly small tin.
Rainbow trout. My favorite
a different fish
Wasn't what I expected. Skin was still on and with the oil it was hard to get it off the fish and I didn't want to eat it