• Seaweed Herbs, Dulse, Sweet kelp, Kombu, Sea Spaghetti Wakame, Bladder wrack Flakes Herbs

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    Sea Herb Flakes and granules

    1 x Bag Dulse Flakes 15g

    1 x Bag Sweet Kelp Flakes 40g

    1 x Bag Sea Spaghetti 40g Granules

    1 x Bag Bladder Wrack granules/powder 40g

    1 x Bag Kelp Digitata Flakes 40g

    1 x Bag Irish Wakame 40g

    1 x Bag Kelp Digitata Powder 40g

    Price includes UK delivery.

    Certified Organic by the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association.

    Accredited Organic status means we have been objectivity scrutinised by a third party (Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association). This is a assurance you that our product is of the best possible purity and quality. The rigorous analysis undertaking includes the whole manner by which we harvest and process our product. Nothing added , nothing removed. 100% natural seaweed.

    1. Irish Dulse (palmaria palmata)
    Dulse’s properties are similar to those of a flavour-enhancer. It is commonly referred to as dillisk on the west coast of Ireland. Dillisk is usually dried and sold as a snack food from stalls in seaside towns by periwinkle-sellers.

    Cooking:
    Dulse flakes can be used in soups, chowders, sandwiches, eggs and salads, or added to bread/pizza dough, delicious for baking. Finely diced, it can be used as a flavour enhancer in meat dishes, such as chili, in place of monosodium glutamate or use as a salt replacement.

    Dulse has a salty smoky nutty taste.

    Dulse contains iodine, which prevents goitre, high in zinc B6 and B12

    Use only 1/2 table spoon pps

    History;

    The earliest record of this species is of St Columba’s monks harvesting it 1,400 years ago

    2. Sweet Kelp (saccharina lattisima) 40g
    When dry the colour will be a dark yellowish brown. The Sweet Kelp contains a natural sugar content which can be seen on the surface of the plant.

    Cooking
    Sweet Kelp flakes can be sprinkled in soups, chowders, sandwiches, eggs and salads, or added to bread/pizza dough.

    Use only 1/2 table spoon pps

    3. Sea Spaghetti (himanthalia elongata) 40grams
    Sea Spaghetti sometimes called Chorda Filum.

    Cooking:

    Sea Spaghetti can be sprinkled in soups, chowders, sandwiches, eggs, pasta and salads, or added to bread/pizza dough, adds a nutty flavour.

    Use only 1/2 table spoon pps

    4. Bladder Wrack (fucus vesiculosus) 40 grams
    Bladder Wrack or Vucus Vesiculosus has been popular as a way to keep the metabolism in balance and to help goitre. It is used as a therapeutic tea or base flavouring for soups, stews, stocks and tinctures.

    The main use of the herb has been for the stimulation of the thyroid gland as a treatment for obesity and cellulite.

    Cooking:

    Bladder wrack flakes can be used in soups, chowders, sandwiches, eggs and salads, or added to bread/pizza dough.

    Use only 1/2 table spoon pps

    5. Kelp Kombu (laminaria Digitata) 40 grams
    This seaweed will have the most iodine compared to the other seaweed vegetables, its flavour is known as the fifth taste(umami)

    Cooking:

    Can be cooked as a sea vegetable or used for baking, It is used in Japan and China for making dashi, a soup stock.

    kelp Kombu is best boiled in soups,

    Use only 1/2 table spoon pps

    6. Kelp Irish Wakame (Alaria) 
    Wakame is a rich source of eicosapentaenoic acid, an omega 3 fatty acid. At over 400 mg/100 kcal or almost 1 mg/kJ, it has one of the higher nutrient: calorie ratios for this nutrient, and among the very highest for a vegetarian source.

    Cooking

    Wakame is a sea vegetable, or edible seaweed. It has a subtly sweet flavour and is most often served in soups, pasta, stir fry and salads.

    High in Iodine, Calcium and Magnesium.

    7.Kelp Kombu (powder form) 40g use as a salt replacement, perfect of baking or sprinkle direct onto your food. use up to 1/4 spoon pps.

    Use only up to 1/2 table spoon pps

    . 8. All seven seaweed herbs, Dulse, Sweat kelp, Kombu, Sea Spaghetti, Irish Wakame, Bladder Wrack, kelp Kombu powder.

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    Sea Herbs

    Bladder Wrack, Dulse, Kelp Digitata (Kombu), Sea Spaghetti, Sweet Kelp, Irish Wakame(Alaria esculenta), All Seven Sea herbs, Kelp Kombu Digitata Powder