Seaweed could avert food crisis caused by extreme weather
Scientists believe Ulva can become a staple crop via undersea farming - once people acquire a taste for itExtreme weather events have been reducing crop yields across the world and many European countries that import a lot of their food could soon face a crisis. Politicians barely seem bothered about this but thankfully scientists think they have found a solution - undersea farming. This is not for fish but seaweed, which they call seawheat.People have been eating seaweed for thousands of years but the scientists believe mass production of a species called Ulva, as a staple crop, will be necessary to keep Europe from food shortages. They realise that shifting people from eating wheat to seaweed is not just a technical question of the best way to mass production, but is a major cultural shift, and so have called in chefs to create recipes for salads, stir-fries and soups. They are tempting consumers with a green seaweed that has a "mild, slightly salty flavour with a nutty aftertaste". Continue reading...
Celý článek: https://www.theguardian.com/news/2023/may/26/seaweed-could-avert-food-crisis-extreme-weather
Zdroj: The Guardian
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