— SEA VEGETABLES
We swim in it, walk past it, cool down and… we eat from it. Traditionally in countries such as Japan, but also elsewhere, sea vegetables are an increasingly part of the menu. For the love of salt, the surprising effect of the land and sea combination.Sea Purslane has a slight oil looking, sea salt taste.
Availability Sea Purslane
In countries such as Japan, sea vegetables have been eaten for centuries. With the changing climate and the consequences for the cultivation of traditional products, sea vegetables have been referred as the “food of the future”. The first sea farms are a fact.
How to eat
Sea Purslane tastes fantastic in dishes with crustaceans and shellfish, or in salads or as a garnish.