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Sea Asparagus

Sea Asparagus (also known as sea beans, pous pied, salicornia, glasswort) is a sea vegetable that grows naturally on coastlines and here in Hawaii in aquaculture salt water ponds. It is bright green and succulent, growing in a branching manner that lends an interesting look (and taste) to any dish. It has an unexpected juicy snap and a sea like salt flavor that is neither fishy nor too vegetal.

It is widely used by Hawaii Regional Cuisine chefs in salads, pokes, and added touches on fish dishes.

Prepping and Eating Tips

– Always rinse your sea asparagus in a strainer before eating. A good rinse refreshes as well as cleans.

– It is most often eaten raw, in salads, in poke, as garnish.

– It can be tossed with pasta, added to stews, made into salsa or relish.

Selecting and Storing Tips

Sea asparagus is fairly hearty. Keep in the container it came in, tucked in refrigerator for up to 5 days.

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