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Sea Purslane - Sesuvium portulacastrum


Description: Sea purslane has a fleshy texture and salty taste. Blanch or steam the leaves to lighten the salty taste. It only needs a short cooking time or it will lose its nutrients and it can become bitter. Use the raw leaves as an edible garnish on fish, meat or steamed vegetables.