Growing wild along the southern coastline of Australia. This native herb was considered by early settlers as a survival food as they ate it to help prevent scurvy. These days you can use Sea Parsley in everyday cooking to flavour soups, meat or seafood dishes or as a garnish or in salads.
Sea parsley is an amazingly flavoursome herb, which comes from its close connection to the sea. It will bring the WOW factor to your soups and dressings, not to mention such dishes as steamed king prawns.