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November 10, 2017

The ocean: a vast, unexplored realm, home to more fish than ever came out of it, and nursery for the most famous seaweed, kelp. As the population grows, arable land becomes increasingly scarce, but aquaculture of the sea has the potential of feeding the multitudes for future generations.

However, “sea vegetables” – kelp in particular, according to National Geographic – currently lacks the taste and mouth-feel associated with favorable gastronomy.

“Kelp, I need somebody,” “Please kelp me I’m falling,” and ”Kelp is on the way” may soon become buzz phrases worldwide.


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