One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘When the fish near market size, farmers add astaxanthin, a pigment similar to beta-carotene, to their feed to give their gray flesh a salmony pinkish glow.’
- ‘This one is a rich salmony pink called cranberry.’
- ‘Penne al salmone had a rich salmony taste, but not not a sign of any actual salmon.’
- ‘This is only one river basin, and the salmon are pinks, which, being low-fat and lacking that salmony taste, mostly get smoked, salted or canned.’
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