Hawaiian Grown TV - Kahuku Sea Asparagus - Marine AgriFuture - Segment 1 Swimming thousands of miles, Vladimir Vlamadamirdavich joins fellow colleague Wenhao Dr. Sun to tour the Kahuku sea asparagus farm. Still a very young company, Marine AgriFuture offers Kahuku sea asparagus tips, a tender and crispy sea vegetable. (It also goes by the names pickleweed, glasswort, sea bean, sea pickle and marsh samphire.) Sea asparagus is packed with phytochemicals that protect the liver, heart and cellular DNA. It is also rich in vitamins A, C, B2 and B15; amino acids; and minerals, such as iron, calcium and magnesium. Perhaps its healthful properties are one reason behind sea asparagus being called the it crop of 2006, when Marine AgriFuture began offering it on Oahu. The company reports that this vegetable can aid weight loss, boost energy, enhance the immune system, make certain vaccines more effective and destroy some types of tumor cells, particularly lung and blood cancers. Upon its launch in 2006, sea asparagus began showing up on the menus of several Oahu restaurants. Among them was Alan Wongs Restaurant. Chef Wong says, I like the crunch and burst of saltiness. There, sea asparagus was served with moi carpaccio and fresh truffle soy vinaigrette. Grown hydroponically on Oahus North Shore, sea asparagus is cultivated in salt water ponds that are inspected frequently for quality control. The regions weather is good for year-round production. Marine AgriFutures sea asparagus can be purchased at Times Supermarket. Marine AgriFuture, LLC PO Box 423 ...
Foraging for Glasswort (pickleweed,Samphire) Finding some Glasswort at the mouth of the Savannah river.
Six Pack Brewery Fermentation This is my first attempt at brewing a 1-gallon all-grain beer. This video shows my 1-gallon fermenter going crazy after about 16 hours or so. The beer is a Helles Bock fermenting with Nottingham yeast. My OG on this batch was a good bit lower than expected due to some problems with water volumes somewhere along the process. The OG was 1.054 instead of my projected 1.070, but we'll continue to ferment this beer and see what happens. I plan to brew it again very soon to try to hit my volumes and gravities perfectly...
EatTheWeeds: Episode 74: Glasswort, Salicornia, Samphire Learn about wild food with Green Deane. In this video we'll take a look at a very common seaside plant, glasswort, salicornia, or samphire, found all around the world, edible raw and cooked.
EatTheWeeds: Episode 73: Kudzu Learn about wild food with Green Deane. In this video we'll take a look at kudzu, the "vine that ate the south" though it is found as far north as Maine and around the world.
Orange-bellied parrot (Most beautiful) The worlds rarest parrot the obp is the most beautiful little shy parrot and is nearly extinct. Only 50 left. The fact this bird migrates 300 km, from a small town in Tasmania where it breeds to across the Bass Strait and scatters right across coastal southern Australia and then back again, is truely an amazing feat for such a beautiful tiny parrot. This amazing bird heavily overshines its more popular relative The Scarlet Chested Parrot.
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Elegant parrot close up He worked out what blue-winged and orange-bellied parrots do in the wild by eating these shrubby glasswort bulbs to get the seeds out. Located in coastal areas of southern victoria.
9. The Living Planet - The Margins of the Land 9. The Living Planet - The Margins of the Land Broadcast 22 March 1984, this instalment details coastal environments and the effect of tides, of which the highest can be found in the Bay of Fundy in North America. In places, erosion is causing the land to retreat, while in others — such as the tropics — the expansion of mangroves causes it to advance. Mussels keep their shells closed at low tide to deter attackers but the oystercatcher is adept at dealing with them. Other estuary wading birds, which have developed a multitude of techniques for gathering food from mud flats, include godwits, curlews, dunlins, Ringed Plovers and avocets. While glasswort grows on many European tidal banks, the mangroves of the tropics are extensive. The largest forest is in the Sundarbans at the mouth of the Ganges and is 370 square metres in size. Where waves meet rocks and cliffs, the bands between low and high tides are narrow, and creatures have developed according to their dietary and safety needs. Mussels are preyed on by starfish, and so ensure that they are out of reach at low tide. Barnacles are higher still and feed on microscopic particles. On a Costa Rican beach, Attenborough observes female Ridley turtles arriving at the rate of some 5000 an hour to deposit their eggs. Finally, he discovers the largest turtle, the giant leatherback, also laying eggs. He remarks that despite its great size, little is known about it — except that its eggs are easily plundered, thus making it an ...
Notori lake Glasswort
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