Abalone is one of the precious "sea treasures". It has delicious taste and rich nutrition, and is known as "soft gold" in the ocean.
Abalone is a precious marine edible shellfish. It is known as "the gold of the table, the crown of the sea treasure", and its meat is tender and nutritious.
The edible portion of fresh products contains 24% protein and 0.44% fat; dry products contain 40% protein, 33.7% glycogen, 0.9% fat, and a variety of vitamins and trace elements. It is a high-protein, low-fat food that is very beneficial to the human body.
Abalone is rich in glutamic acid, which makes it delicious.
Abalone, whose name is fish, is actually not a fish. It is a species of primitive marine shellfish and a single shell mollusk.
Because its shape resembles a human ear, it is also called "Sea-ear".
Abalones usually grow on lower sea temperatures and have footprints throughout the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian Oceans. It is recognized that the best producing areas are northern Japan and Mexico, and northeastern China is also a traditional producing area.
Among the 216 types of abalones that have been named all over the world, there are 7 species of abalones distributed along the coast of China. Among them, the wrinkled disc abalone produced by the northern Bohai Bay and the motley abalone of the southeast coast are the most common.