Dulse seaweed is said to have originally come from Scotland. However, it is more often associated with Ireland as it was the go-to food during the Great Famine of the 1840s. It resembles a leafy, red lettuce, and can be found on the northern Atlantic and Pacific coasts.
This seaweed is an important source of dietary fibers and protein. Said to have more minerals than land plants, it is also rich in vitamins and antioxidants.
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|Description :||Dulse Seaweed
|Size :||A La Carte|
|Min. Weight :||0.1 KG|
|Est. # of Fruits :|
|Est. # of Unique Fruits||1|
|* # of fruits is only an estimation that may change from time to time. On the other hand, we make sure that minimum weight is respected.|