Tired of going to the restaurant to get your uni? This video answers the questions: What are sea urchins? What do you need to catch sea urchins? How do you catch sea urchins? How do you prepare sea urchins? And How do you eat sea urchins? Snap me: AxeMadagio Twitter: https://twitter.com/MaxAdagio Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maxadagio/ Sea Urchins are small, spiny animals that live all across the world’s oceans. Where can you catch sea urchins? They can live in shallow or deep, hot or cold water—so you can find them pretty much anywhere. What do sea urchins eat? They feed on a wide range of foods: mussels, sea sponges, starfish are all fair game, but, the most wholesome sea urchin diet consists of algae. They have spherical bodies covered with spines that, in some species can reach up to a foot in length. The spines are jointed at the root and assist in protection and movement. The urchin’s main mode of transport, though, are its hundreds of adhesive tube feet, radiating from around the bottom of it’s shell up to it’s mouth. The minority of sea urchin species are venomous and only one species, the innocuously named “Flower Urchin,” has been known to be deadly. What you need to catch sea urchins: The kit for catching sea urchins is extremely simple 1. Goggles: that one’s pretty self explanitory 2. Knife: really, anything hard and slender will work. You can use a screwdriver or even a spoon. Anything that can pry. 3. Bag. Something breathable or meshy works best. You want to be carrying the sea urchins with you, not water. And that’s it! You need goggles, a knife and a bag and you’re ready to get amongst it! How do you catch sea urchins? Safety first. Depending on the location and types of the sea urchins you’re going after, this activity can be dangerous. Watch out for ocean currents that could take you over or into rocks and keep your knife sheathed or closed if you’re not using it. The spines of sea urchins themselves are not venomous but they can be painful if you don’t handle them gently. Gloves are a good addition to your kit if you have them. Sea urchins are largely nocturnal so they hide in the crevices between rocks during the day. Once you spot one, swim down to it and push your implement underneath its body, then pry it off whatever it’s holding on to. Some sea urchins are stuck on the rocks or in their crevices very strongly, and others aren’t! If one is stuck really tightly in a crevice, I find it best to move on, it’s not worth your energy and you don’t want to damage an animal that you are not going to eat. If you’re in a place with many sea urchins, you’ll be able to find an easier, more vulnerable one down the line. You will pretty much never have need to cut the sea urchin, just get underneath of it, pry it off, and put it in your bag. Once you’ve harvested enough to fill your bag or your stomach, you’re ready to prepare them to eat! Preparing and Eating Sea Urchins What we are after is the yellow/orange sea urchin roe, or eggs. Sea Urchins, like all other organic matter, begin deteriorating as soon as they die, so you’ll want to prepare the urchins soon after they are out of the water. Cutting a large, circular hole around the underside of the urchin is the best way to keep the edible part intact, but if you’re not as worried about presentation, I find it quickest and easiest to make two cuts into the shell of the urchin, allowing you to simply break it in half to retrieve the meat. You can use a spoon to retrieve the edible, reproductive part of the animal, but I find that using your fingers can be more effective, especially because the roe quite delicate. Across most of the world, sea urchins are eaten raw. In different countries, raw urchins are complimented by different ingredients: lemon, oil, soy sauce and wasabi are all used. In the mediterranian region, sea urchin is also used to flavor sauces.
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Daniel and I drove to Mendocino to catch some Abalone and Sea Urchins aka Uni. May not exactly be a catch and cook, but we can call it a catch and eat. This may be the last year to dive for Abalone until 2030 so the rumor goes. Their numbers have been decreasing a lot due to an increase in the number of Sea Urchins. Hoping the Ab numbers start to recover in the coming years. Follow me on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/mattswithans/ Daniel's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8Qfp0VPWRdgDAibfq_qudA Fisherman's Life Gear: http://www.fishermanslife.net
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Survival Food: Sea Cucumber And Sea Urchin Gloves used in this video http://amzn.to/2fqz7qd What is more disgusting? Sea Cucumber Or Sea Urchin? Sea urchin contain roe which is high in protein and makes great survival food. Sea cucumber is a little bit toxic, but still is a delicacy in a lot of Asian countries and even used in traditional chinese medicine. Want a Survival Lilly T-Shirt? https://shop.spreadshirt.com/SurvivalLilly Lilly`s new cameras: Sony http://amzn.to/2b5w5of Olympus http://amzn.to/2naRUWC ► More Videos To Watch – Lilly’s Favorite ◄ Helicopter Drop Off On Vancouver Island https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WASK7oF9dog Catch ‘n’ Cook – Ghost Crabs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8vTba0hA_0 --------------------------------------------------------------- ► SOCIAL MEDIA ◄ Facebook ► https://goo.gl/j79k3j Website ► www.survivallilly.at Twitter ► https://twitter.com/SurvivalLilly Instagram ► https://instagram.com/survival_lilly/ ♥ Feel free to subscribe to my channel. Please share my videos on Facebook and Reddit. Thanks ♥ Hi, my name is Lilly and I like spending time in nature to practice my survival and bushcraft skills. This channel documents my learning process of all wilderness and urban survival skills. This is not a purely primitive survival channel. Sometimes I use modern tools which people might have at hand in a real survival situation. Thanks for watching ~ Survival Lilly
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Would you eat this raw? Urchin gonads.. Catch and Cook with Oyster, snails, octopus and Stingray. I eat raw Sea Urchin and attempt a Seafood chowder. I explore a tropical coast area and forage for my food in shallow low tide pools. This is my video food journal or video food diary of delicious freshly caught foods in the wild. ------------------------------------ My Official ❤️Merch❤️ - https://teespring.com/andy-s-fishing-offical-merch ------------------------------------ ---------------------------- DRIFTA products - https://www.drifta.com.au/product-category/uniflame-camping-gear/ ---------------------------- To support me when you shop on AMAZON please click HERE. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 👍 🔥 ❤️ https://www.amazon.com/shop/andysfishing 🔥 👍 ❤️ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The click lasts 24hours, and you pay no more than anywhere else. All items are what I have used and like, see the description for each item to view my thoughts on them. -------------------------- Stay updated on: -------------------------- InstaGram - https://www.instagram.com/andysfishing/ FaceBook - https://www.facebook.com/AndysfishingYT/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/andysfishing #fishing #adventure #wildcook #catchandcook #andysfishing #cookout #fish #tropicalisland ----------------------------------------------- SUPPORT MY VIDEO MAKING: ----------------------------------------------- • Donate with PAYPAL - https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=HYTT7GQUKVGEJ • PATREON - Contribute monthly to my video making efforts http://www.patreon.com/andysfishing
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A sure sign you're a foodie: you can't get enough of the mind-blowing (and totally unique) flavor of sea urchin. It's thought of as a delicacy and can be pricey, and it's no wonder because those urchins are hard to crack into. We got chef Mark Dommen of One Market in San Francisco to show us the magic method to get those tasty bites out of this spiny creature. Bet you didn't know you were eating reproductive organs when you order this.
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Sea urchins are sea creatures that live in oceans all over the world. Similar to sea stars, sea urchins have a water vascular system. Their spherical shape is typically small, ranging from about 3 cm to 10 cm in diameter, and their bodies are covered with a spiny shell. The skeleton of a sea urchin is also known as the test. The shells within the test of these creatures are made up of packed, fitted plates which protect them from being damaged. As for the spines outlining their shell, these are movable and help the sea urchin to camouflage or protect itself from predators. Here is the list of Top 5 Record Holding Sea Urchins.
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Watch this family as they harvest fresh sea urchins. A family of many will get the sea urchins at low tide, then cut them open to get the fresh orange meat that is lining the shell. After several hours, they have two small whiskey bottles full and will try to find a buyer for 50p per bottle. Some people eat this right out of the shell and most others mix the urchin meat with soy, lime, or other sauces to put on seafood dinners.
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Sushi that can get you high? Eating sea urchin, otherwise known as uni, is said to have the same effect as smoking marijuana. It must be those anandamide properties in purple sea urchin that make it so sought-after, because we are still wondering, why would you eat that? To their credit, the Japanese have figured out a way to consume anything that they can pull out of the ocean, including sea urchin gonads. Find out how to prepare this goopy delicacy and if the office will be able to stomach it, in this week's episode of Why Would You Eat That? Watch More Why Would You Eat That?: http://goo.gl/8V404 On Why Would You Eat That? we scour the globe for the most bizarre foods and explain why anyone would be crazy enough to eat them. You'll be shocked to see how one man's trash can actually be another man's delicacy. Don't forget to subscribe to Tasted for a new episode of Why Would You Eat That? every Friday! Subscribe to Tasted: http://goo.gl/Z7lbS
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Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about their surprisingly somewhat-complex lives of sea urchins. "Is this a predation event that we are witnessing? We might be witnessing some deep-sea predation here." [NOAA] Ah, the life of a sea urchin. Just floating around in the ocean and... What do sea urchins do, anyway? Here are 10 things you probably didn't know about their surprisingly somewhat-complex lives. Number 10. Some hang around for a long time. The red variety can live for about 200 years, making them among the longest lasting creatures on Earth. That means it's entirely possible that there's still an urchin out there who crossed paths with Lewis & Clark. Number 9. They don't have brains. The movements of their tubular feet are controlled by a simple nerve ring. It's relatively small, and most of their interior space is filled with digestive, water-carrying, and reproductive organs. Number 8. Sea urchins have teeth which come together and form a beak of sorts called an Aristotle's lantern. "Each urchin has 5 teeth which are self-sharpening and are replaced every few months." [BBC] Number 7. Being prickly isn't their only line of defense. Sea urchins can also use their spines to burrow into small rock enclosures when extra safety measures are required. Number 6. Their spines are also light sensitive. That's how they get a sense of where they are. In fact, their ability to differentiate between varying intensities of bright and dark is so sensitive, it gives them visual abilities equal to some sea creature that have eyes. Number 5. Sea urchins reproduce in groups. The process starts with males releasing sperm into the water. Then, the females come along and throw some eggs into the mix. When the two combine, a baby sea urchin will soon enter the world. Number 4. Our planet may be saved by them. Well, by studying and mimicking them, anyway. When sea urchins create their exoskeletons they use nickel ions to trap the carbon dioxide needed for its development. Scientists are currently testing how effective nickel nanoparticles are at converting larger amounts of CO2 into carbonate. Number 3. They're highly sought-after snacks. Oceans are filled with creatures looking to feast on sea urchins. Among them are sea otters, wolf eels, octopuses, and triggerfish. Number 2. Humans like them too. Some people even eat sea urchins while they're still alive, cutting them open with a pair of scissors and slurping out their insides. Number 1. Sea urchins are excellent judges of water quality. When water starts to go bad, they're among the first creatures to react to its diminishing condition. Telltale behaviors include the collapsing of spines, slowed movement, and, sadly, death.
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Here are 18 facts about Sea Urchins to help gain a better understanding of these incredible creatures. They are a fascinating species far different from any other species we know, and here we delve into the wonder of these wonderful creatures. Synopsis There are around 200 species of sea urchins that are found across oceans around the world Sea urchins are found in warmer waters on ocean floors close to coral reefs They are a threatened species due to overfishing and pollution They range in size from between 1.2 to 3.9 inches in diameter. They have globe like shape which is covered in long spines and their bodies have a radial symmetry. They are protected by a shell formed of bony plates providing protection for the softer inner organs. They vary in colour depending in the species of the sea urchin. However the majority are black, brown, purple, red or green in color. They have five rows of paired feet on the underside of their body. These feet have suckers in them which means they can grip the ocean floor. Amongst the spines on their bodies are claw like structures which are known as pedicellariae that are used for protection against predators and also to collect food. There are species of sea urchin that also have spikes that are filled with venom They have a unique type of mouth called "Aristotle's lantern". The mouth has five sharp teeth which they use to drill holes in rocks They are omnivores by nature consuming both animals and plant life such as algae sea weed plankton and Other orgainc mattet The main predators of sea urchins are humans sunflower stars crabs fish birds and Sea urchins mate in the spring time and reproduce by releasing eggs and sperm cells in to the water in a process called external fertilization. the Fertilized egg will then go through a larval stage before it becomes a grown adult. Whilst the sea urchin is in its larval stage It will swim with other types of tiny creatures as part of zooplankton Sea urchins live up to 30 years. In fact the red sea urchin lives up to 200 years making it the longest living creature Sea urchins are not aggressive creatures however if they are touched most sea urchins will try to defend themselves using their spines and some species have spines that can pierce a divers suit. Some species like thr purple sea urchin, have an another defense mechanism called thepedicellarines which are tiny, jaw-like structures which clasp onto a diver's skin and inject a powerful poison. They are nestled down between re spines and are difficult to come into contact with unless the diver impales them self on it
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Please SUBSCRIBE - http://bit.ly/BWchannel Tour Tickets on Sale! - http://bit.ly/bravetickets Buy Coyote’s Book - http://bit.ly/BOOKbraveadventures Watch More - http://bit.ly/OLgoldticket On this episode of Beyond the Tide, Coyote and the crew go tide pooling off the coast of Hawaii’s most majestic island, Kauai! The Hawaiian Islands, a well known divers paradise, boast some of the most amazing collections of marine life in the world…so of course the Brave Wilderness team couldn’t wait to do some exploring! While searching along the shores during low tide Coyote discovers MANY different species of Sea Urchin. Some are spiky and some are not, some are colorful and some are camouflaged…however what you really need to know is which ones sting?! Well luckily you have Coyote Peterson on “hand” to figure out this very question! Get ready to see Coyote spiked by a Sea Urchin! HUGE thanks to Aron Sanchez for assisting on this adventure! Please subscribe to Aron’s YouTube channel here - http://bit.ly/waterbodychannel Hey Coyote Pack! Coyote and the crew are going ON TOUR all across the Eastern United States and are super excited to finally meet members of the Coyote Pack in person! If you want the chance to meet Coyote, Mark and Mario make sure to buy tickets soon, because they are going fast! East Coast Tour Dates and Ticket Links 9-13-17 **SECRET SHOW** - Columbus, OH - SOLD OUT 9-15-17 New York, NY - http://bit.ly/BRAVEnewyork 9-16-17 Washington, DC - http://bit.ly/BRAVEwashingtondc 9-17-17 Philadelphia, PA - http://bit.ly/BRAVEphilly 9-18-17 Richmond, VA - http://bit.ly/BRAVErichmond 9-19-17 Charlotte, NC - http://bit.ly/BRAVEcharlotte 9-21-17 Orlando, FL - http://bit.ly/BRAVEorlando 9-22-17 Tampa, FL - http://bit.ly/BRAVEtampa 9-23-17 Fort Lauderdale, FL - http://bit.ly/BRAVEftlauderdale 9-24-17 Atlanta, GA - http://bit.ly/BRAVEatlanta In addition to the tour, Coyote is also announcing the Golden Adventure Ticket! A ticket that gains you access to a very exclusive REAL adventure with Coyote and the crew. Only a limited number of tickets will be given out at the tour stops, so make sure to show up and try to find one! *No purchase is necessary to have a chance to find a ticket at the venues, but you do need to show up! Will you be one of the few to find Golden Adventure Ticket and join the team in the field?! We sure hope! Either way, these next few months are going to be a blast! We’ll see you all very soon! Beyond the Tide explores the mysterious world of the ocean and brings you closer than ever to its most fascinating creatures. Whether it’s tide pools, lagoons or the deepest depths of the sea Coyote Peterson and the Brave Wilderness crew will take you there! The Brave Wilderness Channel is your one stop connection to a wild world of adventure and amazing up close animal encounters! Follow along with adventurer and animal expert Coyote Peterson and his crew as they lead you on four exciting expedition series including the Emmy Award Winning Breaking Trail, Dragon Tails, Coyote’s Backyard and Beyond the Tide - featuring everything from Grizzly Bears and Crocodiles to Rattlesnakes and Tarantulas…each episode offers an opportunity to learn something new. So SUBSCRIBE NOW and join the adventure that brings you closer to the most beloved, bizarre and misunderstood creatures known to man! GET READY...things are about to get WILD! New Episodes Every Wednesday and Friday at 7AM EST! Subscribe Now! https://www.youtube.com/BraveWilderness Buy Coyote’s Book! http://bit.ly/BOOKbraveadventures Official Website: https://www.BraveWilderness.com Brave Wilderness on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bravewilderness/ Coyote Peterson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CoyotePeterson Coyote Peterson G+: https://plus.google.com/100310803754690323805/about
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Please SUBSCRIBE to my channel youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX43MnvVgntscbWqpJIUf4g/videos welcome to my channel youtube in this video.. I will show you how to fish and eat sea urchins First when you fish sea urchins .. Do not fish those who are black .. because they are empty .. but you have to fish the violets .. They are edible When you fish sea urchins.. Beware of thorns .. are dangerous.. better you have to use tools.. And wear gloves How to eat sea urchins Simply cut the sea urchin in half with a sharp tool.. And beware of thorns You will find lots of orange eggs inside These eggs are the ones we eat We eat it raw without cooking Just wash it and it's ready to eat wow..! How delicious they are Enjoy your meal
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A healthy reef can be gauged by the population of the long spine sea urchins. They are one of the largest controllers of algae in tropical reefs ranging from the Caribbean to the Indo-Pacific oceans. This video contains many facts on this very misunderstood creature. As always if you Enjoyed this video be sure to Like and Subscribe Filmed April 14, 2016 By Kevin Kupelian Camera: Canon Eos T5 Music: The Low Seas by the 126ers References: Animal Diversity (2016) http://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Diadema_antillarum/ Encyclopedia of Life (2016) http://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Diadema_antillarum/ Online Etymology (2016) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=urchin
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Emily recently learned that sea urchins are edible and has been looking for an opportunity to try one. We went snorkeling today and there were dozens of them around. A local kid thought we were crazy. No one eats them around here. Well, here goes nothin'!
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that cucumber seems disgusting
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Opening live sea urchin and preparing sea urchin uni sushi or sashimi may seem like a daunting task, but this video will show you how quick and simple it is with the right tools. The equipment: 1. Gloves. Ideally, cut resistant gloves should be worn when handling the sea urchin, as they are covered in sharp spikes that can cause injury if you are not careful. 2. A bowl of ice water. This is where the uni is placed after it is scooped out of the sea urchin shell. 3. A pair of spoons. The sea urchin shell can be easily cracked open with two spoons. They can also be opened with kitchen shears, which may provide better control for some people. 4. A large wooden cutting board. This is what you will place the sea urchin on while you operate on it. It may be more clean if you use a large bowl, but I used a cutting board so that you get a better view of the sea urchin as I work on it. One step that people often do that is not done in this video is to cut around and remove the "mouth" of the sea urchin before using the spoons to crack it open. I usually skip this step to save time, as I find that it doesn't make opening the sea urchin any easier. Please like and comment if you find this video useful! Uni is the Japanese name for the edible part of the Sea Urchin. While colloquially referred to as the roe (eggs), uni is actually the animal’s gonads (which produce the milt or roe). Uni ranges in color from rich gold to light yellow, and has a creamy consistency that some love and is off-putting to others. It is nevertheless one sushi item that is in incredible demand around the world, which is reflected in its price. Music: Clean Soul - Calming by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300033 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=JapaneseEats Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/japaneseeats
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@wildernessmedicspearfishing https://www.facebook.com/wildernessmedicspearfishing/ I didn't see any good information on cleaning the shells and teeth so I did some experimenting and made a tutorial. Yes there are better ways of opening them to eat. This is for saving the shells and teeth for display. This is not a video for cleaning gourmet urchin for eating.
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Eating live sea urchin sashimi off the street! At this street stall, sea urchins are still alive when it is cracked open and prepared for the customer. The uni has a wonderful, creamy texture, and has a fresh sweetness that rival the uni you would find at any sushi restaurant. There is a disclaimer here, however. Sea urchins feast on kelp, and if you’ve ended up with one who happened to snack on a bitter batch, it could have a slightly bitter, undesirable flavor. There is no way to physically determine which sea urchins are going to be bitter. Since the sea urchin is not tasted before given to the customer, there is actually a chance that he or she gets one that will taste bitter! The sea urchins are served by Poppa's Fresh Fish Company, which is a local San Diego Company dedicated to bringing the freshest seafood to the local farmer's markets. This video was taken at the Farmer's Market at Little Italy, on a Saturday afternoon. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=JapaneseEats Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/japaneseeats
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ASMR RAW SEA URCHIN *Extreme Eating Sounds * No Talking* Please subscribe, like and share :-) https://www.youtube.com/c/CrunchyASMR ----------------------------------------------------------------- Lipstick: Kat Von D Everlasting Love Liquid Lipstick ----------------------------------------------------------------- If you enjoy my videos and would like to support this channel, you can donate here: http://bit.ly/2N1UKJm Thank you all for the continued love and support! xoxo ----------------------------------------------------------------- If you enjoy relaxing eating sounds, soft eating sounds, crunchy eating sounds, or any other ASMR eating sounds, please see my other videos and playlists :-) ----------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me on Instagram @thecrunchyasmr https://instagram.com/thecrunchyasmr ----------------------------------------------------------------- Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) is an experience characterised by a static-like or tingling sensation on the skin. It is most commonly triggered by specific acoustic, visual and digital media stimuli, and less commonly by intentional attentional control. Also known as "brain massage", "head tingle", and "brain tingle”. #asmr #crunchyasmr #seafood #intenseeatingsounds #relaxingeatingsounds #asmrbigbites #asmreatingsounds #satisfyingeatingsounds #raw #seaurchin
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The Common Sea Urchin, also known as the European Edible Sea Urchin is found in Northwest Europe at depths of up to 1200 metres. For beautiful photographs of numerous fish species together with interesting facts and information about each type of fish visit http://www.aquaticworld.org/sea-anemones/03-edible-urchin.htm
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Rare scenes of jellyfish catch and cook in Vietnam. In this country, jellyfish season is from April to June when fishermen go off shore 3-4 km to catch fresh giant jellyfish. Vietnamese people make delicious Vietnam street food from jellyfish, such as jellyfish salad, salted jellyfish and jellyfish noodles. In Vietnam, jellyfish is not only affordable seafood but also popular street food in summer. Yes, jellyfish is edible so pay attention to the way people catch, process and cook jellyfish in Vietnam. By doing so, jellyfish is turned into ready to eat Vietnam seafood meals without losing any nutrition. Vietnam jellyfish seafood or Vietnam jellyfish street food are deserved to be a local delicacy in South East Asian cuisines. Full playlists of Vietnamese street food: 1. Whole animal cooking - Vietnam Street Food https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s6rXrDuUxfp__yg-ZSElXcT 2. Exclusive Insects Food in Vietnam https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s400_FevmupZWADkDBNnLcR 3. Local Vietnamese seafood street food https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s6sG6OWc7xjr41eyzMeTCnX 4. EXTREMELY GRAPHIC Cooking in Vietnam https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s5CZzwB2JRh3hV4wINh9ark 5. Vietnam Street Food Series 2018 - Authentic Footage https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLnSJFDlhD6s6-mHo-zCQ0YtsCAdhGBNua
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Well do they? There are two types of sand fleas/sand crabs you can catch in the surf zone. Soft shell and hard shell. I love soft shell crab rolls at the sushi place, so I thought why wouldn't soft shell sand crabs be as delicious? I caught some of these little crabs and cooked them on the beach with my pan and butter. . . Ok, I put too much butter this time...but still I don't think it would make the results any different. https://www.fishermanslife.net
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Scavenging under rocks on a low food day, Ed finds what he thinks may be a sea cucumber. Having already got sick once, eating it is a risk, but they are considered delicacies in some parts of Asia. Subscribe to Discovery TV for more great clips: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=DiscoveryTV Follow Discovery on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DiscoveryUK
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Welcome to South House TV family vlogs! We are a rewilding, unschooling, nature loving family who wants to share our daily adventures with you! In this episode, Axel is stuck... stung? by a VENOMOUS Sea Urchin! Whoops! It even makes his finger bleed, but luckily he is okay. He doesn't even have to get his finger cut off, thankfully. Axel finds all sorts of sea creatures at the beautiful beach in Maui, Hawaii. Sea urchins, hermit crabs, and even a huge crab! Thanks for watching!
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Eugene takes The Try Guys on an Asian taste tour around Los Angeles, and each stop gets more and more extreme. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC Hypersonic Bedford Ave Boogie Fancy Full El Patron Footloose And Fancy Free The Conqueror Winding Time Fyah Babylon Sea of Demons Feel The Fire A Simple Tale Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. SFX provided by Audioblocks. (https://www.Audioblocks.com) Made by BFMP www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam + TYPHOON RESTAURANT http://typhoon.biz/ WA SSADA POCHA JITLADA https://jitladala.wordpress.com/ STILLS Side view of a Dressage mare with vignette. Credit: Ingram Publishing /thinkstock.com Smiling Octopus Credit: milo827 /thinkstock.com Southeast and Eastern Asia Flags Collection Credit: Vitalii Tkachuk /thinkstock.com National flags of the world Credit: MyFortis /thinkstock.com Lobster, Painting, Illustration Credit: DAJ /thinkstock.com Stained t-shirt Credit: DanielVilleneuve /thinkstock.com Octopus Tentacle Credit: mj0007 /thinkstock.com SOURCES http://www.cnn.com/2013/05/17/travel/travel-guide-insects/ http://clclt.com/charlotte/getting-your-bug-on-without-buggin-out/Content?oid=3736305 http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2014/08/15/340653853/startups-pitch-cricket-flour-as-the-best-protein-you-could-eat http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/skorea-liveoctopus-pp http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/21/travel/in-japan-searching-for-prized-sea-urchins.html?_r=0 http://travel.cnn.com/explorations/life/haenyo-divers-korea%E2%80%99s-women-sea-935630/ GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.facebook.com/buzzfeedvideo www.instagram.com/buzzfeedvideo www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet BUZZFEED VIDEO BuzzFeed Motion Picture’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! Subscribe to BuzzFeedVideo today! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo
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All we knew before is do not step on those weird,spiky rock.It causes fever and stings worst than a bee. #sea #urchin ***~~~*** SUBSCRIBE/LIKE/FOLLOW.Thank you! YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYsUIkfiAntDYJb3lOAMMBQ (videos every Monday & Thursday) Facebook Page : https://www.facebook.com/PinayRealiTV1/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/PinayRealiTV Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maria_the_pinay/ Sing! Karaoke|Smule :@maria_the_pinay Salamat (thank you) Mabuhay! ******** IMPORTANT: This is not a sponsored video. ******** "Be Beautiful.Be You." 💝💝, Maria
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Check out the Longest Living Creatures In The World! From immortal jellyfish to other ancient prehistoric sea creatures, this top 10 list of ancient animals that seemingly live forever is amazing! Subscribe to World5List: http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Check out our "Superpowers You Can Get RIGHT NOW!" video at: https://youtu.be/a6QmVdBTf0g Check out our "6 Places More Mysterious Than The Bermuda Triangle...?" video at: https://youtu.be/v9VarHk6_cY Check out our "8 Bizarre Things People Found in Their Pool" video at: https://youtu.be/gH7ywvBgXkE 8. GREENLAND SHARK The general consensus within the scientific community is that the Greenland shark can live for several hundred years, making it the longest-living vertebrate on the planet. How many centuries it can live, however, is a topic of debate. 7. RED SEA URCHIN The red sea urchin is known for being “almost immortal.” In 2003, a US research team from Oregon and California found that the small, spiny creature can last for more than 200 years with few signs of age-related disease. The animal uses its spine to deter predators and grows to more than 15 centimeters across. 6. HYDRA If you were impressed by the several-hundred-year lifespan of the first two creatures, you’ll be blown away by how long scientists believe the hydra can live. Hydra are spindly, freshwater polyps that, according to some research, may be able to live forever. 5. KOI FISH On average, Koi live anywhere from 25 to 30 years. According to some reports, however, they can live for much longer than that - perhaps 200 years or more! “Hanako,” a famous scarlet Koi from Japan that died in 1977, lived to be 226 years old. 4. GALAPAGOS GIANT TORTOISE The Galapagos Giant Tortoise can live to be well over 100 years old, with the oldest on record having lived to the age of 152. In addition to being one of the world’s longest living species, the Galapagos Giant Tortoise is the largest tortoise species, reaching up to five feet in length and weighing up to 550 pounds. 3. ARCTICA ISLANDICA Known more commonly as the ocean quahog, this Icelandic species of edible clam is native to icy waters of the North Atlantic and carries a typical life expectancy of 405-410 years. The oldest one discovered so far, nicknamed “Ming,” was estimated to be around 507 years old. 2. IMMORTAL JELLYFISH Found in the Mediterranean Sea and the waters around Japan, the immortal jellyfish is a species of small jellyfish that are, well - biologically immortal. What does this mean, exactly? Well, they’re capable of reverting back to a sexually immature stage after having reached sexual maturity. It’s almost as if, instead of dying, they somehow go back in time and become young again. Wouldn’t that be nice? 1. SPONGES Now let’s take a look at the oldest-known animal life. In trying to determine when animal life as we know it first emerged on Earth, scientists looked at preserved chemicals from their bodies that were found in ancient rocks. These ancient chemical traces are called biomarkers and reveal that sometime between 635 million and 650 million years ago, sponges were already around, making them the oldest-known form of animal life.
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Thank you Capt. Nathan from the Spectre Dive Boat for this demo on how to open and eat a Sea urchin. Cant get any fresher than this! From Wikipedia -"Their "roe" (actually the gonads) is a delicacy in many cuisines." Filmed using the Gopro Hero2 camera. — with Spectre Dive Boat at Anacapa Island.
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Good low tides on California coast, i went on a 2 day 1 night car camping plus fishing and foraging trip! no fish was caught while poke poling but there are always edible to be discovered along the tide pool. so i fix up myself a sea urchin, mussels fried rice! and super scenic views!! There's another episode coming up where i will be joining with Catch N Cook California for camping under freezing weather! loll Follow by more coastal foraging with Philosophy D! Stay tune guys! Shout out to ! Piscifun Carbon X spinning reel at: Piscifun Amazon Store: https://amzn.to/2QV8NGQ or Piscifun Website: http://bit.ly/Piscifun-CarbonX Thanks for watching!
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Get Your Good Afternoon Merchandise Here: https://shop.studio71us.com/collections/hiroyuki-terada Hiro shows you how to open and serve a live sea urchin. These tasty morsels are a delicacy. And not to be missed. Normally they come in a tray from a Sushi wholesaler, but here we but them fresh from the marketplace; it doesn't get fresher than this! Indulge and enjoy... Follow Hiroyuki Terada: Facebook: https://facebook.com/pages/NoVe-kitchen-and-bar/175557962456764 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/diariesofamastersushichef/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealSushiChef Hiro's Second Channel: https://youtube.com/user/MIAMISPICE68 Camera Man's Channel: https://www.youtube.com/charlespreston Watch More Hiroyuki Terada: Recent Uploads: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuYuWPKACrEdlFbNXtFK52AU Popular Videos: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuZYtstHx4FrAi8ftIz7sPvz Extreme Series: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuY19AA30--T67M3K-WGriC8 Low Difficulty Recipes: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLw4w6pxDkwuYWch7Yc_lFyoSU9_M2Lvw5 Support our Patreon page to see exclusive content not seen on YouTube, videos that will make you a better sushi chef, and recipes that will dazzle your tastebuds...Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada shares his utmost intimate knowledge with you. https://www.patreon.com/diariesofamastersushichef As always, we wish to thank all of our fans for spending time here with us on YouTube. We're all humbled and grateful for all of you and for all the sweet, kind and spirited comments. See you in the next episode... Send fan mail and products to be reviewed to: Hiroyuki Terada 6815 Biscayne Blvd, Suite 103-451 Miami, FL 33138 New videos every Sunday and Wednesday! Business Inquiries: [email protected] ----------- About Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada: Master Sushi Chef Hiroyuki Terada is one of the top Japanese Chefs in the entire world and the most popular Japanese chef on YouTube. At age 10, Terada learned the basics of sushi from his father and then went on to attend RKC Chef's School in Kochi, Japan from 1987-1989. He soon earned a nickname for his fast knife, attention to detail, divine presentation and ability to create new dishes and accents based on traditional Japanese cuisine. After graduating RKC Chef School, he was called to serve under Master Chef Kondo at Yuzuan restaurant in Kochi, Japan from 1989-1992. Mr. Kondo is the master of Kansai style cooking, considered to be the high-end of Japanese cuisine. Terada earned the title Master Sushi Chef by becoming the standing head sushi chef & can serve Fugu (Japan Licensed) to the public. ----------- Chef Hiroyuki Terada is using the Minonokuni Matsu-1573 210mm Yanagi. Super Blue Steel. Can also be used for breaking down whole fish and chickens. But normally for slicing, sashimi, vegetables, meat etc.. This is Chef Hiro's custom specked knife. For more information on these knives, contact David Holly at [email protected] or visit knifemerchant.com Let us know how you enjoy your Minonokuni. Knife Merchant 7887 Dunbrook Road Suite H San Diego, CA 92126 800-714-8226 www.knifemerchant.com
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