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We source from several suppliers over the year to ensure we can get you the most delicious urchin roe for you. Urchin harvesting is seasonal and it depends on the location. We stock long spine and short spine... Read More
We source from several suppliers over the year to ensure we can get you the most delicious urchin roe for you.
Urchin harvesting is seasonal and it depends on the location. We stock long spine and short spine sea urchin roe from the different locations in Australia. As seafood lovers ourselves, we only stock the best uni in the market.
Sea urchins are small, spiny creatures that live in saltwater. Considered a delicacy in many parts of the world, sea urchin roe (also known as uni) is a fantastic source of omega-3 fatty acids and protein, and it's also relatively low in fat.
Alternative seafood options like urchins are not only more sustainable but also delicious and nutritious. The creamy, briny flavour is often compared to that of oysters or melons, so if you're looking for something different to add to your diet, then why not try sea urchin?
At FishMe, we stock both long and short spine varieties, including the following, which happen to be currently in stock:
We've got everything you need to enjoy urchins, whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro!
Sea urchin roe, is the gonads of a sea urchin and can be eaten raw, cooked, or used as a garnish, so it's up to you.
At FishMe, our urchin is harvested seasonally from different parts of Australia, so you can be confident that it will be fresh!
At FishMe, we are committed to making seafood more accessible to Australians. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy top-quality seafood from our harvest, straight to your doorstep with no compromise on quality. Try out our fresh Uni options today!
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