The Taste of the Wadden is salty. Fish, shellfish and edible marsh plants, but also various meats and vegetables get their characteristic flavours from the Wadden Sea World Heritage Site. 

But that doesn't mean everything is salty. The salt is mainly a flavour enhancer that gives all the natural ingredients from the Wadden area that extra boost of flavour. 

Despite the risk of flooding, the Wadden area has been inhabited for a long time; proof of its fertile soil. The Wadden coast is still feeding quite a part of the world's population with its milk and potatoes. Luckily the continuing increase in profits is being replaced with farming more in tune with nature! 

Come and sample the Taste of the Wadden from farmers, fishermen, in a tea garden or from one of the many chefs who cook with a discerning eye for nature.

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