Jellyfish aren't fish, and they aren't made of jelly. They look like a blob of jelly when they are out of the ocean, and most species can give you a nasty sting. But in their natural habitat, they are a work of nature's art.
The moon jellyfish is common to shorelines around the world, and often seen washed up on the beach, where it resembles nothing more than a transparent disc. It has short nonstinging tentacles and relies on ocean currents for movement. Here are some recipes, in... READ ON