Wild Vegetables of the Ocean: Morning Foray & Early Evening Dinner

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Discover wild vegetables of the ocean on our seafood forage

Experience a different taste of Jersey during the Jersey Food Festival.

Green, brown, delicate, bold and sometimes smelly – seaweeds remain often unnoticed or are even disregarded as useless. They are, however, an essential ingredient in sushi, miso soup, jellies, sweets or squirty cream and Jersey has a long tradition in gathering seaweeds.

Time to discover their values on a gentle coastal walk at Green Island and taste a themed menu at Bracewell’s in St Aubin.

For the Food Festival, Daniel, the chef, has created a selection of fine dishes utilising these unique local marine vegetables.

Jersey has more than 200 species of seaweed, some of them tastier than others, all of them healthy, great to bake with or to use as condiments to bring the sea to your kitchen. We shall show you how to find them.

Booking essential. Email or call 07797853033

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Jersey is home to over 200 types of edible seaweeds

Walk only: £14.50

Walk and Meal: £29.50

Meal only: £15

Thursday 23 May 2013

Walk: 10:30-12:30

Meal: 18:00

Venues: Green Island & Bracewell’s Restaurant, St Aubin.

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