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What is Abalone?

Mint leaves are the pungent leaves of a plant from the “mentha” family used world-wide as a flavoring and a garnish. The two most popular mints are peppermint and spearmint. Both of these plants are very easy to grow but can become a garden pest. If you have to buy them at the store, then make sure to purchase leaves that are evenly colored and plump looking. Avoid black or very dark color leaves, which indicate decay.

Abalone Nutritional Facts

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What is Abalone?

Abalone is a large shelled gastropod (shellfish) with highly prized meat. Abalone fishing is highly restricted and the product is very costly. The wild gastropod must only be hand-harvested by divers. There is some farm-raised abalone available

What is Abalone Used for?

Abalone meat is normally pounded to tenderize then lightly sauteed and served with butter.  There is a well-known mock version of abalone called scalone and it’s prepared with calamari steaks rather than abalone.

Nutrition Facts
Abalone
Serving Size
 
3 oz
Amount per Serving
Calories
89
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
0.6
g
0
%
Sodium
 
256
mg
11
%
Potassium
 
212
mg
6
%
Carbs
 
5.1
g
20
%
Protein
 
14.5
g
19
%
Net Carbs
 
5
g
20
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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