Food from the sea

sarabande

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Wild Food from Land and Sea (Ebury Paperback Cookery) by Marco Pierre White (Paperback - 2 Sep 1999


Vegetables from the Sea: Everyday Cooking with Sea Greens

Probly in Amazon ?

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Am told that samphire should be lightly boiled, then served with butter!

By the way, pick your own, I did see it in a grocer's once, and thought if I whipped down to Tollesbury I could have made a fortune!
 

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Whilst diving from the boat in Southern Brittany last year, we harvested some mussels. Went straight in the pan with a bit of white wine. Violent food poisoning for the next 3 days!!!

Tasted delicious and fresh so don't why they would have given us food poisoning....maybe pollution?
 

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tastes like slightly salt, very soft asparagus.

"Samphire has a high vitamin C and mineral content and is thought to relieve flatulence and to act as a digestive remedy."

Every boat ought to have some !
 
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