The True Cost Of The Green Crab Invasion, And How Whiskey Can Help | True Cost | Business Insider

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    Invasive green crabs are wrecking marine ecosystems everywhere from New England to the Pacific Northwest. That doesn't mean they're not delicious. That's why environmentalists and chefs are turning them into whiskey and bisques. But can we ever drink or eat enough of them to make a difference?
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Bettina +989
Bettina

Once restaurants realize they can get them cheap and charge a lot, they'll get really popular!

14 дней назад
johnny gazinta +548
johnny gazinta

I’m in Portland Oregon, there was a report on the local PBS radio about how the popular Dungeoness crab is being decimated by our overfishing AND the green crab competing for food. I have asked the fish stores for green crab and they have no idea what I am talking about. Wide open opportunity here. Timely

14 дней назад
Chinkee +352
Chinkee

The lady said it right. It all comes down to people willing to try a different menu instead of the usual burgers, pizza, or mashed potato.

14 дней назад
Long Nguyen +485
Long Nguyen

Would be great if these crabs are in Vietnam. We turn them into paste, soup, and even fermented crab to eat with rice. We have had these dishes for so long ago. You can check out shrimp paste, Bun Rieu soup, and Ba Khia with rice.

14 дней назад
Nugudrone +181
Nugudrone

In a couple of decades, people will say "this once considered invasive species is now the most expensive seafood in the world"

14 дней назад
Froilan Florentino +184
Froilan Florentino

In my country, we don't really wait for molting season since we use their hard shells for fried stuffings.

14 дней назад
Jibril Evans +62
Jibril Evans

You can probably build a factory which processes the green crab into various different products. First off, you gather hundred of crabs and give them a good clean wash to rid them of any sand and dirt. Then secondly, you toss them in batches into a large factory boiler to humanely cook them. Afterward you send the cooked crabs into a conveyor belt for processing, meanwhile the boiled crab water can be package as crab broth for crab soup or stewed flavor meals. A machine will separate the crab limbs and body as well as meat from shells. The most desire portion of the crab meat will soon go into the canning process where spices, seasoning, and preservatives are added for a longer shelf life. The lease desire portion of the crab meat like the innards or minuscule leg meat can be separated into another conveyor belt which process them as livestock feed, pet food or even fish/crab bait. Finally the shells can be grounded and added into compost as nutrients for potential fertilizer. Nothing goes to waste.

14 дней назад
an 8th dimensional being +67
an 8th dimensional being

crab based whiskey was not something I was expecting to learn about today.

14 дней назад
Rafael Peralta +34
Rafael Peralta

In the Philippines, we have these tiny crabs called Talangka or Shore Crabs. They're about the same size as these Green Crabs, sometimes even smaller. People eat them despite their miniscule amount of meat. They're boiled, fried, or sautéed in a bunch of ingredients.

14 дней назад
kaiser1one +59
kaiser1one

As humans, asking if we could ever eat enough of them is an automatic "yes". We can eat anything into extinction.

14 дней назад
DiscoChixify +8
DiscoChixify

That’s awesome. I’m wondering if a company that makes canned clam chowder can pick them up and make some kind of crab chowder as well, with green crab. It could be shipped all over the world and made in bulk to put a bigger dent in the green crab population.

14 дней назад
Jibber Jabber +10
Jibber Jabber

There is a Filipino dish for these crabs (locally called talangka) which would suit American palate: the outer hard shell is removed, the bright red fat is set aside to be cooked into another dish, the guts, etc. is cleaned out, then the crab is seasoned and deep fried. The consumer breaks the fried crab into two pieces then holds a piece by its appendages to eat the crunchy body but the appendages are not eaten.

14 дней назад
kunzilla +111
kunzilla

This is just sad, a delicious food can't be enjoyed by may others. If we can cut the cost of transportation down, at least people along the coast line can enjoy these green crabs.

14 дней назад
chaiya123 +27
chaiya123

You can even use these crabs to make gejang if they lays that many eggs. Gejeng is a dish where you marinating the whole crab in a special soy sauce for almost a week, they can gets really tasty (crabs with eggs gets really expensive sometimes).

14 дней назад
Mario Rodriguez +90
Mario Rodriguez

Can we talk about the teacher who decided it would be better to work as a crab fisherman. I think that's a bigger problem than the green crab invasion.

14 дней назад
Ben Vo +173
Ben Vo

If Louisiana can turn crawfish into a nice big boil, I’m sure we can do to same for these crabs

14 дней назад
Gubbekatt +21
Gubbekatt

Unfortunate to see what these crabs are causing in the US, back in Europe it's the other way around, where other invasive crab species are pushing thes crabs back from their original habitat.

14 дней назад
Johnny Wang +21
Johnny Wang

You might be offering this up to the wrong market or the price is too high. If I recall giant tiger prawns is also an issue in other US waters which I am kind of surprised that it is still an issue.

14 дней назад
Michael Albright +94
Michael Albright

Wonder if it could be used to replace other feed species for aquaculture?

14 дней назад
SuperAsbjorn
SuperAsbjorn

definitely diving into your videos. Thank you so much for taking the ti to teach us that are green in the field. Have a great day

14 дней назад

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