Sea lettuce is a small green seaweed that is very popular amongst consumers in Europe which you can find in lots of tartares and spreads. It grows naturally along the Brittany coast and its farming is gradually developing in pools. It is ubiquitous and can be found in many countries.
With a beautiful green colour, the texture of this raw seaweed can be difficult to chew despite its name ‘lettuce’. Blended, blanched or cooked, it can be used easily in many recipes.
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