Sea urchin

Sea urchin

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A small creature with a hard, spiny shell, found on rocky coastal shores. Despite their ferocious appearance, once prised from the rocks sea urchins are edible. Wearing strong gloves, cut them horizontally across the middle with kitchen shears. Drain them, and scoop out the orange-pink coral, which is the only edible part. The coral is usually scooped out and eaten raw, with a dash of lemon juice if desired, and fresh crusty bread. Sea urchins are commonly used in Mediterranean countries, being added to a fish soup or an omelette, or used as a basis of a sauce for cooked fish.

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