Salicornia

Salicornia sp. belongs to the family of the Chenopodiaceae (Amaranthaceae) A plant family that holds among it vegetables like spinach, beet.

The young green tips are harvested in a very young stage. That's why we call them sometimes sea asparagus. Besides salts (sodium, potassium and calcium) Salicornia accumulates a lot of minor elements (Iron, Iodium, Cupper...)

Fresh Salicornia can be eaten raw or quickly fried . The vegetable fits well with fish dishes.

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