How the 'foie gras of the sea' is sustainably harvested in B.C.
The delicacy is hand-picked by divers off Canada's pacific coast
The Pacific sea urchin is one of the world's most highly prized species of sea urchin.
Canada is among the top three producers of sea urchins, a delicacy that is "rich and creamy and tastes like the ocean." In 2016, more than eight million pounds were harvested on the west coast of Richmond, B.C.
Fisherman Mike Featherstone invites chef chef Ricardo Larrivée aboard his boat to demonstrate one of the most sustainable forms of fishing in the world, practiced right here in Canada.