This spiced salmon recipe is simple and uses health boosting spices that give the fish a sweet and spicy flavor. Wild salmon is a great choice as it provides an abundant amount of healthy anti-inflammatory omega 3 fats as well as vitamin B12, D, and selenium; all very important for brain health and our immune systems! Be sure to buy Wild salmon. When you eat fish, you are also eating whatever pollutants they are exposed to. Farmed fish has been found to have much higher levels of pollutants such as dioxins (created from industrial waste) and PCBs (a chemical used in paint and plastics) that are carcinogenic. Wild salmon also contains a higher ratio of omega 3s, as well as calcium, iron, zinc, and potassium than farmed salmon. In addition, it contains a powerful anti-inflammatory antioxidant called astaxanthin. These nutrients found in wild salmon are due to their natural diet versus the high fat, processed diet (with chemicals added to give it the deep orange color) of farmed fish. Not only are farmed fish fed processed food made from smaller fish that require more fish being removed from the oceans, but their farmed environment is densely packed and can breed bacteria, thus the need for antibiotics. If these farmed fish escape into the ocean they can disrupt the ecosystem by spreading pathogens. So there are many reasons to choose Wild salmon over farmed salmon. As a nutritionist, I feel it is worth the price difference. You get what you pay for!