In an effort to improve our health, my family is eating more fish and chicken and less red meat. I usually frequent both Whole Foods and Tom Thumb for groceries depending on what I need and how I am doing on my monthly food budget.
I have now been to Whole Foods four times to buy fish for dinner. Each time, my purchase has been, shall we say, a little “funky.” The smell and taste of the snapper, salmon, trout, and talapia have not been up to par. I figured the fish at Whole Foods would be good quality, but it hasn’t measured up. These days, for edible aquatic creatures I head to Tom Thumb and Central Market. So far, my purchases have been tasty and not too smelly.
I am not one to give up easily, so I will give Whole Foods another try, but let’s hope the funk is gone.