On our early morning walk along the beach at Encounter Bay, Victor Harbor this morning, I started noticing the colour of the seaweed amongst the rocky foreshore:
The sand had gone exposing the reef (Black’s reef that lies between the Bluff and Wright Island) at low tide, and the seaweed was scattered amongst the rocks.
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We eat seaweed in our salads—but we buy dried seaweed imported from Japan. I do not know if Australia produces much in the way of seeweed.
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