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Seafood

Oysters

Oysters are one of the most controversial delicacies in the world. Some associate it with a rich and carefree life, while others associate it with an incredible disgust that cannot be forgotten. Eminent chefs admit that they hate all kinds of oysters and flatly refuse to cook them, and curious tourists consume shellfish one by one, counting the nutrition and benefits.

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Sea grapes

Sea grapes - a real delicacy, which is often called "green caviar". This seaweed belongs to the caulerpa genus, but gourmets know it under the Japanese name umi budo. Sea grapes won fame in Europe relatively recently. This is not surprising, considering the fact that budi grows only in Japan, in coastal waters near the island of Okinawa.
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Krill

Krill is the collective name for marine planktonic crustaceans. The term itself is characterized by Dutch origin and translates as "kriel" - a trifle. The appearance of the crustaceans is very reminiscent of the familiar shrimp. Their size varies from 10 to 65 millimeters. Krill forms commercial aggregations in the surface layers of water.
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Cucumaria

Cucumaria is a genus of echinoderm invertebrate animals from the holothurian class. The modern fauna of holothurians consists of more than a thousand species, which are divided into 6 orders and differ from each other in the form of tentacles, calcareous ring and a set of internal organs. The oldest fossils of echinoderm invertebrates are attributed to the Silurian period (443.8 ± 1.5 million years ago - 419.2 ± 3.2 million years ago).
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Ulva

The superfood category is periodically updated with new ingredients and combinations. To one of the most useful products of our time, nutritionists include seaweed, especially ulva. The plant is colored in an emerald shade, lives in a temperate / subtropical climate and is very similar to ordinary salad leaves with uneven wavy edges.
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Spirulina

The appearance of superfoods on the shelves of large supermarkets can be considered a real food revolution. Mankind is gradually moving away from the cult of delicious food and is turning to a new, more rational trend. Engage in physical activity and monitor nutrition has become a real fashion. Adherents of a healthy diet promote their lifestyle as the only true one, but do not always find support in society.
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Mussel

The edible part of the mussel (the most orange surface in the form of shell cusps) is a muscle. The taste of seafood is ambiguous: it varies from sweet to salty and with each jaw movement it gives out new and new combinations. Mussels are eaten in various conditions, from raw to dried or canned.
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Crab

The decapod crustaceans with a shortened abdomen is one of the favorite marine delicacies of our time. The population does not quite understand how to cut and eat crab in public, but thoughts about a gorgeous restaurant dinner with this particular seafood appear constantly. Crab meat is really very soft, tender and is considered a delicacy.
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Seaweed

Algae is a unique product in many ways.Do you know that marine “plants” contain almost 14 times more calcium than dairy products? Do you know that red algae has 200 times more iron than beets and 8 times more than beef, and brown contains almost 150 times more iodine than any other vegetables?
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Oysters

Oysters are one of the most controversial delicacies in the world. Some associate it with a rich and carefree life, while others associate it with an incredible disgust that cannot be forgotten. Eminent chefs admit that they hate all kinds of oysters and flatly refuse to cook them, and curious tourists consume shellfish one by one, counting the nutrition and benefits.
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Sea kale

Sea kale (kelp) - brown algae, characterized by a high content of macro- and micronutrients, in particular iodine. Widespread in the northern oceans. For the extraction and processing of algae, laurels of superiority belong to Japan. Laminaria is used in nutrition (for the prevention of endemic goiter), medicine (production of laxatives), cosmetology (to improve skin condition), and agriculture (as a fertilizer).
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Scallops

The scallop shell is associated with the feminine and the water from which all life came out. The ancient Roman goddess Venus (she is the ancient Greek goddess Aphrodite) according to legend was born from sea foam and left the sea in the shell of a scallop. The shell of this mollusk is also a symbol of the Apostle James (in France, Jacques), who made a pilgrimage to Spain.
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Cuttlefish

Sea chameleon - this is another name for cuttlefish. And this name was not given to the clam by chance. Within 1-2 seconds, she is able to change her color to almost any color, moreover, with any pattern. But for a person it is not useful at all for this. What is cuttlefish Cuttlefish is a variety of cephalopods, that is, it belongs to the same family as squids and octopuses.
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Octopus

Today, seafood goes beyond the rank of delicacies and becomes the complement of the daily diet. It is not necessary to go to an expensive seafood restaurant to try a real octopus in a creamy sauce with red pepper. Each supermarket sells frozen carcasses or ready-made seafood cocktails. A fount of Omega-3 and protein, which is hidden behind unsightly packaging, makes health stronger, the mind is lighter, the hair is softer, and the skin is cleaner.
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Trepang

Trepang (holothuria) is a marine invertebrate animal belonging to the class of echinoderms. The habitat extends from the northern coast of the Kuril Islands and the waters of southern Sakhalin to the Central region of the Republic of China (Hong Kong). Holothurians prefer storm-protected bays with silty shoals and rocky placers.
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Lobster

Lobsters, or lobsters, belong to those types of seafood that almost everyone loves. The price of this delicacy in restaurants and shops is quite high, but they are worth it. Under the hard shell hides a delicate, flavorful meat, known for many useful properties. Today, this delicacy is on the menu of all expensive restaurants, and a couple of centuries ago, clams were the food of the poorest.
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Langoustines

Spiny lobsters are the closest relatives of spiny lobsters, however, in their appearance they are similar to lobsters. These marine inhabitants are classified as decapod crustaceans. Their size is from 15 to 25 centimeters, langoustines have long thin claws in the form of rings and a strong shell, which is pointed with the back down and is pink or bright orange.
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Shrimp

Shrimps are Crustaceans that belong to the order of the Decapod. Widely distributed in the seas of the whole world, however, some species live in fresh waters. The average life expectancy of these marine inhabitants is 2-6 years, it depends largely on the environment. The sizes of adults reach a length of 2-30 cm.
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Squid

Squids are the largest and most mobile cephalopods invertebrates in the deep sea. In nature, there are 210 varieties of these mollusks, the size of which varies from 0.25 to 16.5 meters. Only some of them are considered edible: ordinary squid (Loligo) Argentinean, Pacific, commander's or Peruvian.
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