Invasive Sushi from Invasive Species

Allison Guy
August 25th 2013

Chef Bun Lai of Miya's Sushi in New Haven, Connecticut, has a cheeky solution to invasive species: he eats them. His menu regularly features lionfish and Asian shore crabs, neither of which are native to the East coast of the US. Lai's not afraid to get his hands dirty either: watch him go snorkeling for invasive seaweed and turn it into tasty soup here. According to Lai, these seaweeds "are much more nutritious than any farmed animal flora or fauna than you could possibly buy".

Via Eater.

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