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Seaweed Oysters and Caviar

I would like to tell you about a new product, but the history of seaweed began at the dawn of mankind. Marine plant: set of marine plants 3 billion years old such as algae and samphire Definition of Larousse Gastronomique: Marine plants used in cooking, as a garnish or in a salad. Algae are present in all latitudes, but their extension is however limited to the near shore. Extremely varied, they are rich in protein, cellulose, trace elements (including iodine) and vitamins. For me it started when I met Antoine Nicolas in 2014 who will introduce me to his company and especially share with me his passion for algae. The harvests under the ice floe with the Percé rock as...

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What does CITES mean?

What does CITES mean? CITES is the acronym for Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species, translated into French as Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora. Since when ? Since 1967 voted at the United Nations under the World Conservation Union convention. Only sturgeon need CITES certification? No, sturgeons entered the endangered species list in 1998. Overfishing of sturgeon in the various estuaries of the Caspian Sea of ​​Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan and the Aquitaine Basin has harmed the species, which produced 80% of world production. The sturgeon is part of an established list of 37,000 species distributed at 78% for fauna and 22% for flora. Since the caviar that we find on the international market...

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Oyster and Blue Cheese Crumble

For 2 people 24 Oysters  150g Bleu d'Elizabeth  4 tps of Panko ( bread crumbs) 2 tps of Julienne Chorizo or Jesus dry sausage  Open your oysters and place them on a metal tray. Inside a bowl crumble your Bleu d'Elizabeth cheese, mix it gently with the bread crumbs and the julienne of Chorizo Put a tablespoon on top on each oyster and put it to broil for around 8 to 10 minutes, or until a nice crispy skin forms. Bon appétit! 

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