A couple years ago, The Telegraph noted that seaweed bread was like spending half an hour on the treadmill! Apparently, British researchers found that overweight subjects who were fed seaweed bread for breakfast consumed 179 fewer calories per day than those who were fed regular bread. But seaweed bread […]
So we’re a bit obsessed with chocolate and seaweed right now. We ARE making THE Seaweed Chocolate Bar, after all. (If you haven’t contributed to the IndieGogo campaign yet, here’s a nudge!) A small bit of seaweed adds depth of flavor to classic chocolate recipes, without any seaweed-y taste! We […]
Dulse, the purplish sea vegetable known for its iron and B vitamin content, has a strong ocean flavor when raw, but mellows and softens when it is sauteed with coconut oil, ghee, or butter. Some people say when you cook it, it even tastes like bacon! Here, we added sauteed dulse […]
We add flaked wakame and flaked dulse to deepen flavor. Here, wild wakame flakes and wild dulse flakes are added to homemade sauerkrauts. Wild dulse salt is added to sour cream. Try adding to baked potatoes, salads, or a quinoa bowl.
Dulse adds a beautiful purple hue to simple snacks and meals. This sea vegetable adds hints of the ocean without tasting “fishy.” Some people say that when you fry dulse, it tastes like bacon. Find wild dulse and wild dulse sea salt in our web store.
Seaweed has more potassium and less sodium than salt, with lots of vitamins and trace minerals. MMMMMMM! Visit our store for more wild seaweeds!
Caesar Salad with Sea Palm Here’s a way to make a tangy Caesar salad with no fish and no egg! We add sea palm to get a hint of the ocean and all our trace minerals. This Caesar Salad recipe is fish-free, egg-free, and can be made dairy-free and gluten-free. […]
Sea Palm Polenta Sea Palm is a sea vegetable that only grows along the West Coast of the US and Canada, on rocks where the waves crash hard. The closest known relative of sea palm was found fossilized on the coast of Italy. Here, we take sea palm back to […]