Cute, crunchy, salty, and refreshing, Foraged Sea Beans aren't really beans at all; they're a salt-tolerant succulent that grows wild along the coast and is foraged in mid-summer. Sea beans a natural source of sea salt, with a juicy crunch and a vegetal, saline flavor that'll have you dreaming of the beach. Rinse them briefly in fresh water, then try them raw in salads or sauté them and serve alongside seafood or stirred into a light, lemony pasta dish.
For the best shelf life, Wine Forest recommends rinsing your sea beans lightly and storing while still moist in a plastic bag. Keep refrigerated.