26 May 2013

• Seaweed for Dinner…Grown in Long Island Sound

“Yup, seaweed. And not only is seaweed growing on that line, it’s deliberately growing on that line. This is what Smith calls his farm –- a 20-acre spread that still goes by its 10-year-old original name the Thimble Island Oyster Company.

"It is in fact now a vertical system of clams, scallops, mussels and, since December, an uppermost layer of seaweed, or more elegantly, kelp.”

Article and photo from: CTMirror.org

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