Sea Aster

Sea Aster (Aster tripolium L.) belongs to the family of the Asteraceae (Compositeae) Within this family we find vegetables like chicory, artichoke, lettuce...
Aster tripolium was known as a famine food in the Netherlands in harsh times. Today it's a delicacy in the Netherlands and abroad.

Sea Aster is very productive and can be cut several times with a regrowth of young shoots every 3-4 weeks.

Shortly stir the Sea aster or sea spinach in some butter and serve with fish or lamb. The texture of the plant is kept well after cooking.

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