sea beat

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Alfredo
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sea beat

Post: #241014 Alfredo
Mon Aug 15, 2011 8:44 am

Just been down to severn beach and picked up a load of baldderwack seaweed and some sea beet. Anyone got any interesting recipes for sea beet? I was thinking of making some spinach ramekins swapping the spinach for beet, but I always do this with beet and fancy a change.

The seaweed is just going on my potatoes as a mulch and some in a bucket for later use as a plant feed in case you were wondering :wink:

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Veggiesauraus
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Re: sea beat

Post: #243864 Veggiesauraus
Tue Sep 13, 2011 4:57 pm

Or you cold eat the seaweed too!!! Makes great soup!

Do you rinse the salt off first? for the fertiliser?


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