Stockfish Saith is a dried and preserved fish product that is made from Saith fish. Saith fish, also known as Pollock or Saithe, is a species of fish that is commonly found in the North Atlantic Ocean, particularly in the coastal areas of Norway. The fish is caught during the winter season, then cleaned, beheaded, and dried naturally through a process called stockfish.
Our Stockfish Saith is made from high-quality, fresh Saith fish that has been carefully cleaned and processed before being hung out to dry. The drying process, which can take up to three months, is done in a controlled environment that ensures the fish is completely dried without losing its natural flavor and texture.
Once dried, the Stockfish Saith is packaged in airtight containers to preserve its freshness and flavor. Stockfish Saith is a popular ingredient in many traditional Norwegian and Scandinavian dishes, such as fish soup and stew.