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Eating Invasive Species is Environmentally Friendly

The number of invasive species grows annually and shows no sign of stopping. Grass carp were found reproducing in Lake Erie, Asian carp are on the verge of invading the Great Lakes and devastating the ecosystem.

Could the simple maxim “if you can’t beat, eat it” work to control the population? Invasive gray squirrels in Britain are found on the menu and local butchers have a hard time keeping up the demand, the eating of the squirrel is looked at as a patriotic act. In New Haven, a sushi restaurant is serving Asian shore crabs and wakame seaweed. Not only are the food delicious, but it is beneficial both economically and environmentally. By collecting the invasive seafood they are basically providing a free service.

Cooking with Carp

 
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