4 STEPS TO KNOW IF A CANNED FOOD IS OF GOOD QUALITY
Today we explain in this quick and easy 4-step post how to find out if the canned fish you have is of good quality or not.
Without making it much longer if you are interested in this topic, grab your canned fish and let's start with the following simple steps.
1.First of all, we look at the packaging. A Premium preserve takes care of all the details. The packaging must be in keeping with what we find inside the tin. A resistant, clean material with a spectacular design can give us clues that what we have in our hands will be worth it.
2.Ingredients and origin. Ingredients that are 100% natural and of the highest quality are essential in a distinguished can. But it is no less important to know where the product comes from. Not only the place of origin of the product, but also where the can itself has been produced. It is common knowledge that the best seafood is found in Galicia and something that adds up to many points are the quality certificates that guarantee the Premium category of the seafood.
3.It is time to open our canned product and the first thing we see is the presentation of the product. A manual packaging of our canned product with the product placed with supreme delicacy makes that more than a can of cockles we are in front of a real work of art and of course the cleanliness. Pickled mussels ready to eat with nothing to prevent you from fully enjoying this delicacy.
When it comes to tasting, texture, size and flavour are important. Finding a balanced flavour is the most important thing. If the chosen preserve contains a sauce, it should be the perfect complement to the seafood or fish and its function should be to bring out the essence and nuances of the product.
4.If your preserve meets the above mentioned requirements we let you enjoy a true gastronomic experience and experience those sensations that make you vibrate like the good foodie you are, in addition to the incredible and numerous properties of seafood and fish.
Find your gourmet preserves at The Gourmet Market.