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Dried bonito flakes and kelp are on the Asian aisle of most large supermarkets.
Dr. Joshua Zeichner, director of cosmetic and clinical research in department of dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital, explains that seaweed kelp is rich in minerals and is also known to have a benefit in wound healing.
Jetty fishing was improved for lingcod and continued good for black rockfish and kelp greenling.
Translucent wafers of Korean fluke are wrapped in kelp to cure; sayori (needlefish) is slivered and marinated in soy; and tender lobes of rich uni are glazed with miso.
On a gray summer day in 1966, Todd Newberry was watching seabirds squabble above the kelp forests of California’s Monterey Bay, when a sailor struck up a conversation that changed his understanding of the Vietnam War.
Little is known about managing and harvesting wild kelp.
Receding kelp means less habitat for intermediate predators, with about half as many near the volcanic vents.
Young had removed his trunks a few miles from shore while negotiating a snarl of kelp, leaving him clad in only a coating of grease (for insulation) flecked with graphite (as shark repellent).
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