Clearspring Organic Atlantic Dulse Seaweed Vegan, 25g

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Organic Atlantic Dulse Seaweed Vegan, ingredients: Dried sea vegetable (Palmaria palmata)*. *organically grown

About Organic Atlantic Dulse Seaweed Vegan,

Dulse is the best known sea vegetable from the North Atlantic and its versatility and ease of use make it a popular choice for a wide variety of dishes.

Purple-red in colour and slightly spicy in taste, Clearspring Dulse can simply be washed, soaked, cut and added to soups and salads, or dry roasted and crumbled as a garnish.

For a rich tasting treat, try deep frying it straight from the pack.

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