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dulse

any of several seaweeds, esp Rhodymenia palmata, that occur on rocks and have large red edible fronds
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dulse

dulse

Red sea plant rich in iron, protein, and vit A. 300 times more iodine and 50x more iron than wheat. Works against herpes virus. Has purifying and tonic effects on body. Purple Dulse Seaweed- The most mineral-rich plant on earth. Ocean water has every known mineral in it, in solution. This sea vegetable is one of the richest sources of digestible, assimilable and useable minerals on the planet.

dulse

[dəls]
(botany)
Any of several species of red algae of the genus Rhodymenia found below the intertidal zone in northern latitudes; an important food plant.
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PARMESAN STRAWS WITH DULSE SEAWEED Serves 4 Ingredients 75g butter 75g plain flour 75g parmesan cheese (grated) 3/4tsp dry mustard 1tsp Dulse Mara Seaweed ?
Elisabetta's mother had picked the dulse at low water from the rocks at Dark Harbour and laid it out on ground nets to dry at the tiny Grand Manan Airport.
Vegan cream cheese, mixed with chopped carrots, onions, radishes, and parsley and seasoned with a small amount of chopped nori, dulse, or tamari
Dulse, 2007, makes different demands on the reader.
It is held in September in the county Antrim town of Ballycastle and is famous throughout Europe for its Dulse (dry sea weed) and Yellow-Man (sweet honeycomb).
Loch Duart, which was recently awarded IS014001 environmental management certification, has also launched the farming of the seaweed Palmaria Palmata, or dulse, using a rope-grown method similar to that used for the cultivation of mussels.
10 Try adding sea vegetables such as kelp, dulse and nori to soups.
The Irish Writers Food Guild selected Ditty's as a prize winner for their traditionally baked Irish Oatcakes, plus their range of sweet and savoury biscuits, made with intriguing ingredients such as dulse, sesame, celery and pepper.
Demetropoulos, using a technique developed at Oregon State University, is growing Pacific dulse or red algae, a more nutritious diet for the nursery production of the white abalone.
Clams, dulse, periwinkles, and more recently rockweed remain important supplements to many island incomes.
While Vitamin B12 is not found in many vegetables; it is available from sea vegetables, such as dulse, kelp, kombu, nori, and from soybeans and soy products.