Questioning Tom Fletcher’s tastebuds

Comment about taste of wild Alaska salmon raises concern about Tom Fletcher's food choices

Re: Questioning U.S. “environmentalists” (B.C. Views, Jan. 25)

Permit me to refute for the moment just one of the “three entrenched notions” by environmentalists that Tom Fletcher outrageously dismisses as false that Alaska salmon is better than farmed salmon.

Anyone who has any interest in food at all knows that wild salmon tastes vastly superior to farmed salmon.

Fletcher obviously has no interest in seafood and that statement, especially here on the Pacific coast, shrieks of ignorance.

Certainly his taste buds, if he has any, have never been developed. What does he live on, factory food?

Hans Edwards

North Saanich