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This category includes the Wild Irish seaweeds meant to be used as a vegetable.... from the sea! They can be cooked or sautéed, after rinsing and soaking for a few minutes.

In the case of recipes like soups and risottos, once rinsed the algae can be directly cooked together with the dish.

Each type of seaweed differs from the others for its peculiar features, as if nature had intended to take care of our different dietary needs.

Atlantic Dulse 50g
The Atlantic Dulse Seaweed (Palmaria palmata), is an organic and wild red seaweed that grows in clumps along the rocky shores where the...
Atlantic Nori 50g
The Atlantic Nori Seaweed (Porphyra umbilicalis) is an organic and wild red algae that belongs to the family of the Rodoficee and has a...
Atlantic Wakame 50g
The Atlantic Wakame Seaweed (Alaria esculenta), organic and wild, grows deep into the rocky seabed. It is part of the family of the bro...
Atlantic Carragheen 50g
The Atlantic Carragheen Seaweed (Chondrus crispus), is an organic and wild red seaweed that grows in the temperate waters of the Atlant...
Atlantic Sea Spaghetti 50g
The Atlantic Sea-Spaghetti Seaweed (Himanthalia elongata) is an organic and wild brown seaweed that grows in the lower layers of the sh...
Atlantic Kombu 50g
The Atlantic Kombu Seaweed (Laminaria digitata) is an organic and wild seaweed that belongs to the family of the brown algae and grows ...
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