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Along parts of South Florida's Atlantic coast, mounds of seaweed known as sargassum have been pushed ashore by strong winds and ocean currents, dulling the water and coating beaches.
The seaweed, a brownish variety called sargassum, arrived largely from the Caribbean, where rotting seaweed has piled up on beaches and driven away tourists.
The chip: an intense-green crisp made of sargassum, a water algae.
Cobia are legendarily tasty fish that cling to any type of structure, like oil platforms, gas wells, sargassum and, apparently, manta rays.
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