By Kyle Empringham

Love is in the air! Valentine's Day is fast approaching and there are plenty of sustainable seafood options for you to create a delicious and romantic evening.

If you're heading to a restaurant, choose one that includes sustainable seafood menu options. Don't believe everything you're herring... Ask your server about their sustainable seafood choices.

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If you salmon the courage to cook for that special someone at home, check out for some easy and tasty recipes. We suggest the baked salmon fillet with crispy herb crust. All recipes on the site — from some of the West Coast's best chefs — use wild salmon. Atlantic Canadian farmed salmon remains on SeaChoice's avoid list, so be sure to go wild when it comes to that fish!

Salmon delivers more omega-3 fatty acids than most types of fish, making it a healthy option for you and your solemate.

Choosing seafood options that are healthy for the environment and for your date shows that you love them beyond a shadow of a trout.

February 11, 2016

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