Sea Beans ; Fresh, Slightly Briny, and Crisp - 1 pound (5-15 Servings)Earthy Delights
The sea bean (salicornia) looks (and is) prehistoric and grows in salt marshes, on beaches, and among mangroves. With alternative names like samphire and sea asparagus, its salty, crunchy brininess accompanies fish recipes or can be blanched and served in salads, bringing memories and tastes of the sea to summer dishes. One of our more unusual and unique items, the sea bean virgins who try this incredible wild vegetable are immediately in love.
Check out our blog post on recipes for sea beans