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Recent Blog Post

Not potato chips –jellyfish chips!

Published 2017-08-09

Photo: SDU Researchers at the University of Southern Denmark have developed new ways to transform jellyfish – a traditional Asian delicacy – into a crispy snack. For thousands of years, jellyfish have been consumed in Asia and are traditionally prepared using salts and alum to extract water from the gel-like tissues. This process of preparation takes over a month from start to finish, creating a limitation to expansion of production of traditionally prepared jellyfish products. While studying these traditional practices, the researchers at the University of Southern Denmark developed a... (more)