When it comes to eating the world’s largest fish, it’s all about the flavor.
That’s why you should check out the #bakedfish campaign.
It’s an effort by a group of Australian chefs to share their favorite recipes from the region.
They’ve been working to raise awareness about the problem of overfishing and have now become a global movement.
The hashtag #BastedFish is trending worldwide.
But the #PrawnBaked campaign isn’t about food.
It’s about raising awareness about a serious issue in the global fishing industry.
It has been trending on Twitter for the past few weeks.
It started trending on March 18, and it’s since been retweeted over 1.6 million times.
The campaign is a collaboration between the Queensland-based Queensland-listed fish producers and Queensland-focused chefs.
It features local and global chefs from the regional fish markets.
They’re trying to help educate diners about the health risks associated with the consumption of farmed seafood, including the high rates of infection, and to share with the public the importance of local fish.
“The PrawnBasted campaign is an effort to raise the awareness of the health concerns associated with farmed fisheries, and the importance and importance of native fish and wild fish,” said Queensland-raised chef Chris McBride.
“It’s about making the Prawnbasted campaign more palatable to the general public and hopefully raising awareness around this issue.”
“The Queensland-facing chef, Tom Jones, started the campaign after being struck by the prevalence of the disease in his local market, and was inspired to do something about it.
He said he was inspired by the #fishinghealth campaign in New Zealand, and by the work of the Queensland Department of Primary Industries to ensure local fisheries are maintained.”
I think the message behind the campaign was the same, which is to have a good fish meal, and we all want to eat good food, and in order to do that we need to know what’s in our food, because we can’t really trust the information we get from the grocery store,” he said.
The Queenslanders involved in the campaign are trying to get the word out that they are not only raising awareness, but also supporting those in need.”
For a campaign like this to be successful, it needs a lot of support. “
We want to encourage people to get involved with the campaign and make it a better campaign for the whole community.”
For a campaign like this to be successful, it needs a lot of support.
And so far, they’ve raised more than $600,000 for the campaign.
McBride says he’s happy with the results.
“We’re really happy with how the campaign has gone, and with how far it’s gotten.
I’ve got a great sense of pride in knowing that our team has worked incredibly hard and we have a huge community behind us,” he told ABC News.
The team behind the #FishBasted Campaign is based in Brisbane.
They have a lot to do to keep it going, as well as getting people talking.
If you’d like to support their efforts, check out their website.