With occasional notes from elsewhere
I have seen jellyfish eaten in Micronesia. I also learned that Portuguese Man of War windrows on the beach are a sign of Breadfruit season. They are also cooked (disabling the protein venoms) and eaten. So, yes!
I have heard that some jellyfish can be eaten if prepared properly, but I haven't heard that Portuguese Man O'War can be eaten. Their toxins are known to be quite dangerous (even fatal) to people. For some information about them: http://www.dnr.sc.gov/marine/sertc/The%20Portuguese%20man.pdfhttp://mentalfloss.com/article/550892/facts-about-portuguese-man-o-warJackie
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