4 months ago
Care for a bit of Oyster with that KELP…?! These Oyster Motoyaki’s are EFFIN’ good. Miso, mirin & green onion intermingle with Barkley Sound Giant Kelp & Effingham Oysters.
We tried these recently on a family holiday and they were a unanimous hit. Not to be missed!
🌱 🦪 🌊 👌
Effingham OysterThe 2022 Ocean Wise Seafood Festival ends on 28 February. Vote for us at: seafood.ocean.org/festival-vote/
Purchase your "take n' bake" Effin' Oyster Motoyaki today for just $10 at Wildflower Bakeshop & Cafe or shop.eatcanadianseafood.com
$1 from each sale in February will be donated to the Ocean Wise Seafood Program.
Each pack includes 4 Effingham Oysters topped with a creamy miso sauce, kelp and bacon.
Wildflower Bakeshop & Cafe
Ocean Wise Seafood
Eat Canadian Seafood ... See MoreSee Less
Today it’s time to “Meet the Crew”. First up, let’s meet Phil!
Phil joined us in 2021 as support to our site maintenance and fertilizer processing. He brings with him decades of experience with animal husbandry, hatchery ops and large scale aquaculture.
We call Phil the Kelp King 👑 as he holds the Sea Forest record for fastest kelp flake production. Phil is a family man with a plant-based diet and a heart of gold. 💛
#meetthecrew #bestteam ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome to "Meet the Kelp". Today, we'd like to introduce you to Turkish Towel!
Well… Turkish Towel is not really kelp, it's seaweed! But we still love it!!
Turkish Towel is more specifically a red seaweed, although its colour ranges from various shades of reds to dark purples, yellows, greens, and deep to pale pinks.
However, this seaweed is most noteworthy for its broad, thick blades covered with small bumps (papillae), thereby resembling a thick bath towel. In fact, some people put this seaweed to work as a natural towel or loofah!
Turkish towel is also valuable as a thickener for food and other products like toothpaste. It is rich in B12 and is a great addition to many home recipes.
As you can probably tell, this seaweed is one of Sea Forest's favourites! We love that this species is local and grows wild at our farms. It is one that we hope to cultivate shoreside soon!
#seaweedsaturday #meettheseaweed ... See MoreSee Less
Many colors, shapes that side of the world, See if I can bring it up
Thanks for the info. Great to know.