So many of us want to eat more fresh seafood.
But finding the freshest, local, sustainable seafood is can be a cumbersome task.
Siren Fish Company makes it easy to do so, though.
The community supported fishery works directly with California and Oregon fishermen so that their fresh catch arrives to you 24 to 48 hours out of the water each week.
Siren has pick-up locations throughout the Bay Area, often at retailers, where you just show up to take possession of your order on the day it is delivered. It also offers home delivery on pre-selected days of the week for an additional modest $3 charge.
You can choose to order a share for two or four (corresponding to how many people it will serve); as well as choose between ordering fillets, whole fish, or “variety” (which can include fillets or shellfish, whole little fish, crustaceans or even sea urchins).
Siren invited me to try a couple deliveries for free to test out their seafood by receiving a share for two (averaging about $23 each week).
Because there is no pick-up site in my area, I had to go with home delivery, which in my case, was scheduled for Wednesdays by 7 a.m.