Sun, May 21|
At low tide, Muir Beach is rich with nori, kombu and other delicious seaweed. Learn to identify and ethically harvest these. Then we'll prepare a seaweed-themed brunch over a beach fire.
Time & Location
May 21, 8:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Muir Beach, Muir Beach, CA, USA
About the event
We'll meet during low tide at Muir Beach and talk about the layers of the intertidal zone - where to find different species of seaweed, from nori draped over boulders, various types of bladderwrack, bright green sea lettuce, and further out, kombu. Wear your water-tight boots!
We'll discuss ethical foraging and the best ways to clean, dry, store, and use the seaweed you find.
Then we'll have a seaweed-centric campfire brunch on the beach—menu to come.
Includes foraging and brunch!