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Green Caviar: the sea grape | Fine Dining Lovers

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These tiny green beads are a seaweed that is especially popular in Okinawa, Japan. Eaten in salads, on rice, soup, or simply as-is with a dipping sauce, sea grapes can add a great ocean taste as well as an incredible texture that pops in your mouth.

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