Sea Urchins

Sea UrchinYou'll steer a wide berth around the sea urchin's spines when swimming, but that taste of its "roe" (in fact, its gonads) is divine. Japan consumes about three quarters of global sea urchin production and their name for this creature - "uni" - has been adopted widely (but Italians stick to "ricci"). Our uni comes from Canada where it is caught by divers.

You'll steer a wide berth around the sea urchin's spines when swimming, but that taste of its "roe" (in fact, its gonads) is divine. Japan consumes about three quarters of global sea urchin... read more »
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Sea Urchins

Sea UrchinYou'll steer a wide berth around the sea urchin's spines when swimming, but that taste of its "roe" (in fact, its gonads) is divine. Japan consumes about three quarters of global sea urchin production and their name for this creature - "uni" - has been adopted widely (but Italians stick to "ricci"). Our uni comes from Canada where it is caught by divers.

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