Maureen C. Berry

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Maureen C. Berry is an author, podcaster, and photographer.

Her first book, Salmon From Market to Plate, when you want to eat salmon that is good for you and the oceans, was released April 13, 2016, Berry Consulting, LLC.

This cookbook is geared toward conscientious cooks who want to maintain a sustainable kitchen.

Maureen defines sustainable salmon and why you should care. She offers shopping and sourcing tips and features twenty everyday recipes and ten chef-inspired recipes. Salmon From Market To Plate is the first cookbook in The Sustainable Seafood Kitchen series. Maureen is currently writing the second book, "Shrimp from Market To Plate."

Maureen’s experiences and passion shape her art. She focuses on finding that sweet spot of inspirati
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"Our land-based actions affect the oceans just as our ocean-based actions affect our growing global population. Choose wisely for our future."

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