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Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, Dulse, Wild Atlantic Sea Vegetable, 2 oz (56 g)

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  • Product Code: MCV-12362
  • UPC Code: 034529123629
  • Package Quantity: 2 oz (56 g)
  • Dimensions: 0.7 x 6.2 x 5.5 in, 0.15 lbs (0.07 kg)

Product Overview

  • Great in Salads, Snacks, Soups, Stirfries
  • Certified Organic by OCIA
  • USDA Organic

Certified Organic Dulse

  • Delicious as a healthy snack. Low temperature sun dried, enzyme active.
  • Excellent source of iodine and vitamin B6. Good source of potassium and iron.
  • More total dietary fiber (33%) and soluble fiber (16%) than oat bran.
  • Tested for chemical, heavy metal, petroleum, radioactivity and microbiological contaminants.
  • Meets all OCIA Organic Standards for sustainable harvesting and handling.
Suggested Use

Basic Prep

Our dulse comes directly to you without processing or washing out any of its mineral richness. Please check for occasional tiny hidden pebbles or shells in the leaves. Store your dulse in this bag out of extreme light, heat or moisture.

If uncooked dulse is too chewy for you, allow it to absorb some ambient moisture (steam kettle, damp towel, humid room) and in a few days it will be tenderized by its own live enzymes. Rinsing the dulse briefly will tenderize it more quickly and make the taste less strong.

Cooking with dulse is a treat. It is fast and flavorful. Try pan-frying some leaves in a well-oiled skillet until they turn brownish and crisp. Kids love these "chips". You can dry roast dulse pieces in a medium hot skillet or low oven until the leaves turn greenish- not black (burned!) Crumble them on grains, soups, pasta, pizza or popcorn.

Other Ingredients

Low temperature dried dulse (Palmaria palmata)

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Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1/3 cup (7 g)
Serving per bag: 8
  Amount/Serving %DV*
Calories 18  
Calories from Fat 0  
Total Fat 0 g 0%
Saturated Fat 0 g 0%
Cholesterol   0%
Sodium 122 mg 5%
Potassium 547 mg 16%
Total Carbohydrate 3 g 1%
Dietary Fiber 2 g 9%
Sugars 0 g  
Protein 2 g  
Vitamin A   <2%
Vitamin C   <2%
Calcium   <2%
Iron   15%
Riboflavin   8%
Vitamin B6   30%
Vitamin B12   8%
Magnesium   4%
Phosphorous   2%
Iodine   780%
Chromium   8%
*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

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Posted by Reviewer2487560 on Jun 11, 2011

This ocean veggie is great toasted in the oven until crispy.

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Posted by Reviewer1226527 on Jan 21, 2012

These are my "chips", also great in little pieces in a trailmix

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Posted by Reviewer3131261 on Apr 05, 2013

This stuff is amazingly fresh and tasty! I don't like Nori because it's all dry and to me it has a bad taste, but this Dulse is nice and soft and love the taste! Smells like the ocean so if you don't like that smell you won't like this.. not everyone likes it, but if you do you'll be hooked! Awesome natural source of trace minerals, iodine and enzymes!

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Great in Salads and Soups

Posted by MarieMR on Oct 13, 2013

Dulce gives a nice taste to salads and soups. Upon opening the package it smelt clean and sea salt like from the ocean but not off. Need to give it a rinse with purified water and then add to your foods. I even like this in my sandwiches as is.

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Beware, strong smell!

Posted by 4684294166063330249 on Mar 05, 2014

I've gotten use to seaweed and fish because I live in Japan. I thought this was refreshing and pretty to eat because it's red. I didn't know red seaweed existed. In Japan I only see green and very dark green seaweed that's black in color. If you eat it in salad with a little olive oil or almond oil and cashews or whatever you like to eat; you barely notice the taste of it or that its there except for the pretty red. The package give s you tips on how to use it and cook it etc and how to check it for pebbles.

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