Yes. Scyphozoan jellyfish are harvested and sold, most of this occurring in Southeast Asia, because their toxins are not harmful to humans. There are several different methods of preparation, but are often served with salt, vinegar, soy sauce, or sugar.
Some species of jellyfish are edible. Large jellyfish from the order Rhizostomae have been incorporated in Chinese cooking for more than 1700 years. The order Rhizostomae includes all edible jellyfish.
Yes, but the jellyfish must be cooked with salt and alum to neutralize the toxin.
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