Sea Urchins' Caviar, vol.2

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Remember when I told you my experience from Noah's cataclysm? Well, as I said back then, we ate some sea urchins' caviar there on the rocks, which was the main feast of the night. The moment when you could feel the "happy end" of your adventure. However we could not avoid taking some at home to taste them a little more ...ehm... comfortably. So here they are nice, clean and pretty. Sea urchins' caviar with a little lemon and olive oil! Bliss!

If feel the urge to find and eat some sea urchins' caviar, you should consider some of these tips that I wrote before doing so.

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I also wish you a relaxing upcoming week, 'cause I would definitely not have such one.

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Déspina Kortesidou

Déspina Kortesidou was born with the April flowers sometime in the '90s in the sunny peninsula of Greece. She is a graduating master student of neuroscience & metabolism, and a born adventurer.

(3rd person statements sound so official, love it)

She founded In Whirl of Inspiration, back in 2011 when she was (just) a biology student, in the island of Crete. In Whirl of Inspiration started as a creative and writing outlet for when studying molecules, became too monotonous. Recently, she started writing a children book and a not-so-children's book about the civil war in Greece. She has a soft spot for cheese, elder people, and (her own) jokes, but can't tell any as she ruins them by laughing too early. She enjoys sharing advice for eating healthier, or inspiring people to cover themshelves with plants, color and confetti.

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Thank you so much for reading!