9780578427942-057842794X-The Green Crab Cookbook: An Invasive Species Meets a Culinary Solution

The Green Crab Cookbook: An Invasive Species Meets a Culinary Solution

ISBN-13: 9780578427942
ISBN-10: 057842794X
Author: Mary, Parks, Thanh, Thái, The Green Crab R&D Project
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Green Crab R&D
Format: Hardcover 128 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780578427942
ISBN-10: 057842794X
Author: Mary, Parks, Thanh, Thái, The Green Crab R&D Project
Publication date: 2019
Publisher: Green Crab R&D
Format: Hardcover 128 pages

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Acknowledged authors Mary, Parks, Thanh, Thái, The Green Crab R&D Project wrote The Green Crab Cookbook: An Invasive Species Meets a Culinary Solution comprising 128 pages back in 2019. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 057842794X and 9780578427942. Since then The Green Crab Cookbook: An Invasive Species Meets a Culinary Solution textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price or rent at the marketplace.

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For centuries, green crabs have been embedded within Venetian cuisine: served soft-shell or shucked for delicious caviar known as Masinette. Travel outside the Mediterranean and the crab has a very different reputation. This small crustacean has spread to nearly every continent on the globe and been hailed as one of the most destructive invasive species of all time. Green crabs eat native shellfish species, outcompete local crabs, and destroy vital seagrass habitat when foraging for food. In turn, they threaten some of the world’s most valuable fisheries and vulnerable ecosystems. After discovering the crab had decimated New England soft-shell clam populations, conservationists began focusing on removal to mitigate their invasive impact. That’s when a group of scientists and activists from the US and Canada landed on a new idea: what if we ate the problem?

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