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Ways to Use Seaweeds

Ways to Use Seaweeds

 All our seaweeds are sourced from clean, wild and wonderful areas around the world ensures all the elusive trace elements, fibre and minerals are the cleanest sustenance for your own daily life.

Types of Seaweeds

Our best-selling seaweeds are the Dulse which is available as flakes or leaves  The reason why? Probably because it tastes just like bacon.
When consumed as part of a healthy diet involving the consumption of a variety of foods, Dulse Leaf provides a delicious source of vitamins and minerals including iodine, iron and potassium. With its delicious, salty-savoury flavour, Dulse Leaf gives a delicious nutrient boost to soups, stir fries, casseroles, stocks and salads.
 “Dulse is a superfood, with twice the nutritional value of kale,” said Chuck Toombs, a faculty member in OSU’s College of Business and a member of the team working to develop the product into a foodstuff.
Wakame Flakes are a delicious source of iodine, potassium, Vitamin B6, B12 and Magnesium. Iodine is essential for production of normal thyroid hormones, maintenance of normal healthy skin and energy metabolism.
Nori seaweed (Porphyra umbilicus) is most familiar as the wrapping around sushi, and is also known as "purple Laver" due to the inky-black colour, that oddly, turns bright green when toasted. Sea Power Natural Nori is hand-harvested wild from the clean, clear Atlantic Oceans then carefully dried. With a slightly sweet, incredibly mild taste, this might just be our new nutritional power-packed favourite!
1 cup brown rice
Nori sheets (or substitute with Nori Flakes)
Avocado (sliced)
Spring onions (chopped)
Red pepper
Pickled ginger
Dulse flakes

Assemble as you would a salad bowl...

Cook up a cup of brown rice
add all other ingredients to taste
add nori sheets cut up into strips
add Tofu pieces cut to desired size - sear tofu as desired
sprinkle with Dulse Flakes
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