Lots of seagrass has been washed onto St. John’s shores overnight, so question that naturally pops up on this island where food is notoriously expensive, is it edible?sargassum-hawksnest-stjohn

We would be the first to post Sargassum recipes here if we know what we were talking about, but we are not too sure.

This site here seams to suggest it can be boiled or fried. Well, before we play guinea pig, we would like to see if someone here ever did it? If so, please let us know your experience (you can post under this article or on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/STJguide