Green Fish Blue Oceans

the podcast where stories about seafood are good for you and the oceans

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K is for Kelp and King Crab

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On today’s episode, I’m tackling K is for Kelp and King Crab.

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In the first half of the program, K is for Kelp, learn cool facts and uses for this abundant, fast-growing plant. Like what types of seaweed to eat.

What types of seaweed can you eat? Find out within the first five minutes. Then listen up for an easy, delicious, and nutritious recipe. Edamame Hijiki Salad can be made up to two days ahead.

And I offer a cookbook review on Ocean Greens by Lisette Kreischer and Marcel Schuttelaar, the go-to book for all things seaweed, cooking, and buying.

In the K is for King Crab part of the program, I dish all things Alaskan King Crab. As in when you’re in Alaska—where to go, what not to do when your stomach is grumbling, it’s raining, and you have limited time. Appetite required.

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Here’s the full transcript of K is for Kelp and King Crab.

Thanks for listening and don’t forget to subscribe on iTunes,
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Show Notes

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Welcome to Green Fish Blue Oceans

Welcome to Green Fish Blue Oceans, the podcast where stories about seafood are good for you and the oceans.

I’m excited to announce that Green Fish Blue Oceans launched on iTunes and Google Play on January 27, 2017.

maureen c. berryJoin me for fifteen minutes (plus or minus) every other Friday as I dish all things sustainable seafood, fisheries and the oceans with an easy-to-digest A-Z format.  A is for Arctic Char and Anchovies, B is for Barramundi and Blue Crab Meat, C is for Clams and Climate Change, D is for Dogfish and Deforestation,  E is for Escolar and Extinction, F is for Fish Farming and Fake Fish, and more.

Meanwhile, if you’d like to find out more about me and my projects, check out my website, shoot me an email, or better, let’s connect. I’m on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.

Don’t just eat seafood, eat seafood that is good for you and the oceans.

(And don’t forget to subscribe!)

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