"WE GET BY WITH A LITTLE KELP FROM OUR FRIENDS"
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DULSE (PALAMARIA PALMATA)
There are a number of alternate names for dulse seaweed including sea parsley, dillisk, creathnach, and söl. Formally, the seaweed is identified as Palmaria palmata. The algae is high in vitamins, especially vitamin B, and it also supplies a lot of fibre and a comparatively large amount of protein.
Dulse is now shipped around the world. In Northern Ireland it is particularly popular along the Antrim Causeway Coast
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Age-old Irish pampering ritual incorporates fresh seaweed, added to bathwater.
Harvested daily on the Antrim Coast of Northern Ireland. Dried naturally. A seaweed bath can create an invigorating effect by balancing the vital ingredients that constitute the body's chemical structure. They are highly recommended for treatment of psoriasis and eczema and can also be used for under active Thyroid treatment. A regular seaweed bath can minimize cellulite development on the skin by purifying it and giving your body a healthy toned look.
Please consult your GP before taking a seaweed bath
SWEET KELP (KOMBU ROYALE)
Over 60 minerals including: calcium, iodine, magnesium, manganeese, zinc, copper and potasium. Contains between 6 to 11% protein and with most seaweed is a low fat food with no more than 0.5% fat.
A delicate, mild flavoured sea vegetable which can be eaten raw, or used to make Sushi.
Can be used in soups, stews combined with other vegetables or eaten as a snack.
FRESH DRIED SEA SPAGHETTI
All raw, all natural, all nutritious, great alternative to pasta.
This seaweed contains numerous vitamin micronutrients such as A, C and E and a multitude of other important health boosting organics. Sea spaghetti is also low in fat and yet much of which is poly-unsaturated or so called healthy fats or other fats that have high nutritional importance, such as phytol, fucosterol an palmitic, palmitoleic and oleic acids.
Well known in the Irish tradition for its effectiveness against cold and flu,
Carrageen Moss is a key ingredient in cough syrups. Great in raw food desserts. A natural food thickener
Typical Analysis of Irish Carrageen Moss Protein
11-18% - Fat 1-3%
Vitamin C 10-30 ppm
Vitamin B12 0.6-4 pp
Calcium 0.9-1.3 ppm
Iodine 200-300 ppm - Iron 170-210 ppm
Manganese 2-28 ppm - Sodium 2-2.6%
Potassium 3.4 ppm
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