is jellyfish eaten in Australia?

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  • is jellyfish eaten in Australia?


Answer #1 | 25/11 2013 09:23
Yes. You can find edible jellyfish in Asian supermarkets. Dried jellyfish, sold in vacuum-sealed packs are available from Asian food shops in Australia. I have read a few articles on the internet. One said that Aborigines have eaten them. Another article said that there are a few Jellyfish fisheries in NSW. And another article said that we are only allowed to use hand nets to catch them.
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Answer #2 | 25/11 2013 10:01
I don't know search it on the internet. (*.*)
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Answer #3 | 25/11 2013 13:37
mmmmm... Deep Fried Jellyfish.
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Answer #4 | 25/11 2013 19:41
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