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    Christine Burns Rudalevige forages for samphire in Freeport with Barton Seaver.

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    Barton Seaver and Christine Burns Rudalevige forage for samphire in Freeport.

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    Young samphire grows on the coast in Freeport.

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    Barton Seaver clips samphire. Seaver, a chef and sustainable seafood expert, says sea beans are best picked shortly after the tide has receded.

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    Barton Seaver collects samphire on the bayside of Wolfe's Neck bridge.

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    Christine Burns Rudalevige forages for samphire with Barton Seaver. Rudalevige pickled the sea beans she collected.

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    Rudalevige forages for samphire.

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    Barton Seaver forages for samphire. He blanches the sea vegetable and adds it to salad.

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    Barton Seaver forages for samphire.

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