Lumpfish stenbider roe is another roe used in Danish cuisine. The roe is removed from the cooked sea urchins and eaten. The roe is usually found in the street market in Sarawak's capital city of Kuching. For other uses, see Roe disambiguation. The Maori people and other New Zealanders eat sea urchin roe, called "Kina". When necessary, the color is also mentioned: white or pink, as appropriate. It is naturally orange in colour. Despite the fact that many people like it, it is hardly considered a delicacy. In all of the Spanish coastal regions, sea urchin roe is considered a delicacy and consumed raw.
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