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Video: Andy Talks “Perfect Protein” at Google

General  |  Posted on September 2013

In July, The Perfect Protein author Andy Sharpless travelled to California to speak with Google about his new book and the idea of saving the oceans to feed the world. We have two very morally compelling goals — protect life on the planet, protect biodiversity, or feed people, make sure people aren't hungry, make sure in [...]

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Video: Saving the Oceans By Eating Sustainable Seafood

General  |  Posted on September 2013

Andy Sharpless, CEO of Oceana and author of "The Perfect Protein," shares easy ways to choose your seafood. Four simple rules for choosing sustainable seafood options ensure that you can enjoy the benefits of eating fish while knowing that your choices are helping the world's oceans.  

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Video: How to Feed the World with An Abundant Ocean

General  |  Posted on September 2013

Imagine feeding 1 BILLION people through practices that make our environment healthier and stronger, rather than creating more waste and destruction. The oceans give us that chance, if we give them a chance. Andy Sharpless, CEO of Oceana and author of "The Perfect Protein," shares how Oceana is reversing ocean collapse, paving the way for...

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July 11th – Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Tour Date  |  Posted on July 2013

Quogue Wildlife Refuge and Books and Books of Westhampton Beach have partnered together to bring Andy to the Refuge Nature Center on July 11, 2013, for a free discussion on HOW TO SAVE THE OCEANS AND FEED THE WORLD.  The discussion will revolve around a variety of topics and points in the book. WHAT:​ HOW TO SAVE [...]

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Q+A with Andy: Why is Wild Seafood the Perfect Protein?

General  |  Posted on June 2013

We're excited to share a new series of videos with you! In each one, Andy will address some your questions about The Perfect Protein. In his third Q+A, Andy discusses how eating wild fish instead of farmed is the right choice for health, the climate, land use, and more. By choosing the perfect protein among [...]

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Andrew Zimmern and USA TODAY talk sustainable seafood

General  |  Posted on June 2013

It seems the idea of searching out the perfect protein of sustainable seafood is catching on! The recent USA TODAY Green Living special publication included an article on sustainable seafood using the apt metaphor of Captain Ahab from Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick.” As Dan Friedell, the article’s author writes, Ahab represent...

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Food Bloggers Keep the Perfect Protein Meals Coming!

General  |  Posted on June 2013

Here's the latest from our amazing Perfect Protein Food Bloggers!   Kaitlin of I Can Cook That prepared a recipe from The Perfect Protein, Eric Ripert's Clams with Spicy Sausage, and the results look delectable: I was reminded of this recipe as a suggestion to make on World Oceans Day as a Perfect Protein blogger [...]

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Q+A with Andy: “How Can We Save the Oceans and Feed the World?”

General  |  Posted on June 2013

We're excited to share a new series of videos with you! In each one, Andy will address some your questions about The Perfect Protein. In his second Q+A Andy explains that saving the oceans and feeding the world is a real, attainable goal. If only 10 to 25 of the world's countries adopt sustainable fishing practices, [...]

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The Perfect Protein Blogger Summer Continues!

General  |  Posted on June 2013

The summer is heating up, and with it, our Perfect Protein food bloggers! Here's the latest: Momma Young At Home prepared incredibly simple and delicious-looking fish tacos this week! Here's her recipe: MommaYoung’s Fish Tacos Quick and Easy… 6 Tilapia Fillets Olive Oil Taco Shells Spinach ​Mrs. Dash In a hot pan add Olive oi...

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Eat less meat? When it comes to land livestock there’s no question.

General  |  Posted on June 2013

On Saturday, The Guardian/Observer‘s debate series put Jay Rayner, a restaurant critic and food writer against Charles Sercombe, a sheep farmer and National Farmers Union chairman, on the question of whether Britons should eat less meat. Surprisingly, seafood never factored into this discussion. Rayner, despite repeatedly professing his love ...

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