VitaminSea Organic Dulse Seaweed Flakes 2oz (56g)

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2oz Dulse Seaweed Flakes harvested from the Coast of Maine

MOFGA Certified Organic

Product of USA

Latin Name: Palmaria palmata

VitaminSea Organic dulse seaweed is harvested from Maine's pristine waters. The color is a beautiful deep pink rose, that dries to a deep wine red. This red seaweed is packed with nutrients that are essential for everyday life, and all sea vegetables are a good source of iodine.

Nutritional Values 

Dulse is rich in protein and boasts the highest content of iron of any food source which may make it a nutritional snack for woman or those who are anemic. Contains all essential amino acids. Dulse seaweed is an excellent source of:

  • Vitamin A, C, D and E
  • Calcium
  • Iodine
  • Phosphorus
  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Vitamins B1 and B2

Culinary Uses 

Dulse seaweed has a spicy flavor and is soft and chewy with a unique taste and a rich red color. It doesn't require any soaking or cooking. Use raw, dried, toasted, smoked, fried, or baked. Cooks in 5 minutes (use sesame oil) to make feather-light and crispy. Add dulse to sandwiches, omelets, sauces, and gravies. Also add to dressings, salads, soups and chowders, vegetables, potatoes, bean and rice dishes, breads, casseroles and cheeses! For snacking: pan-fry and eat as a 'chip'!

More Information
Vegan Yes
Gluten Free Yes
Kosher No
Paleo Friendly Yes
Size 2oz (56g)
How to Use
  • As with all sea vegetables, use as a spice or herb.
  • Use as a spice or condiment in salads, dressing, soups, chowders, sauces, and gravies.
  • Add to vegetables, potatoes, bean and rice dishes, breads, and casseroles.
Ingredients Organic Nori (Porphyra ssp.)
Storage Store in a cool, dry place.
Contraindications May contain trace amount of shellfish. Please check for tiny shells or pebbles hidden in the leaves before consuming. Also, the white powdery substance is common. This powder consists of precipitated salts and sugars and is safe to eat.
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