Food Foraging In St. John's Gives New Meaning To Eating Local

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It's no secret the East Coast is known for seafood.

Whether it's lobster from Alma, N.B., fresh mussels from P.E.I. or some old-fashioned fish and chips from Dartmouth, N.S., you're in for a treat.

If you're looking for something that's still local but a little on the wild side, you'd best roll up your sleeves and make your way to St. John's.

That's where you'll find "Like A Tourist" host Dan Rodo alongside Cod Sounds Culinary Adventures as they forage for wild greens like beach pea flowers.

Now, no one has ever gotten full off a plate of flowers, but watch what happens in the video above when they're paired with some foraged scallops or sea urchins. Just try not to drool.

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