Jellyfish, one of the oldest living organism in the world, has existed in the world for at least 500 million years. However, we still know so little about them! This blog is a compilation of the extensive research that we has done around the potential of jellyfish. We will express our fascination in these mysterious creatures and look for the way that we can engage with them creatively, whether in the scene of gastronomy, art, or beyond.
The earliest practice of eating jellyfish dates back to 300 CE in China. It has been considered a delicacy in some Asian countries and used in medical treatment. The most common edible jellyfish in China is in the Rhizostomae order. They are usually processed with salt and alum in a 20-40 days…
Last week, we tried out making our first jellyfish appetizer using an adaption from the Chinese recipes. We used cucumber, coriander, crispy seaweed flakes, a bit of red pepper and the processed jellyfish stripes from the Chinese supermarket. And guess what? Our whole team loved it!