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This coastal plant is related to Samphire and a relative of this plant is widely used throughout Europe as a sea vegetable. Seablite naturally grows in salty mudflats and saline estuaries. This green fern-like succulent perennial shrub has often rich red stems and during autumn, red foliage.


Our Seablite is cultivated in growing boxes of composed sea weed. This sustainable production of Seablite can guarantee availability of tender stems all year round.


This Aussie Seablite can be used steamed, stir-fried or blanched. Is a great complement to seafood dishes.

    • Seafood
    • Stir-fries
    • Steamed
    • Blanched
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