The Raw Spaghetti from the Ocean

The Raw Spaghetti from the Ocean

The sea spaghetti (Himanthalia elongata) grows attached to the rocks on parts of the Galician coast that are not very open to the waves and are exposed at low tide, forming a kind of long strips that cover other seaweeeds. Its narrow strips can be until 3 m long and...
The vegan oyster

The vegan oyster

The codium (Codium spp.) is one of the most characteristic spices in Galicia. It is a shrub formed by cylindrical branches less than half a centimeter thick and some varieties are very dark in colour and others are lighter. This sea vegetable delivers a strong sea...
New Garnish Sensation

New Garnish Sensation

The sea moss (Chondrus crispus), also known as Irish moss, is very abundant in rocky areas. This seaweed turns from red to green when cooked with a tender texture to the palate. Small and ramified with a pretty shape and colours, sea moss has become a top seller in...
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