But my mother-in-law noticed that in our local Kosher Meat and Fish store they were advertising Salmon at 39 NIS/Kilo, so I had to go and investigate.
Turns out that there had been a special on Chinese Salmon (C
But they were expecting an order the next day, so I should call in the morning to find out when it would arrive. To make this short, I called and was told it was there, and I rushed over and had them open the box to get at the salmon.
I bought 2 large fillets. They were much paler than the Norwegian.
When I cooked it (marinated for an hour with teriyaki sauce and then cooked in the oven for 20 mins. covered and then 10 uncovered at 220 degrees C) I checked it at the 20 min mark and removed the congealed white fat (more than usual) and then left it on covered for 10 more.
It was a big success, the family loved it.
So look for them in the smaller stores (supermarket chains are not stocking Chinese Salmon, and the packages were labeled in Hebrew and English.
A good deal on good fish.