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Seaweed That Tastes Like Bacon - But Twice as Healthy

Dulse Seaweed

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  • Researchers from Oregon State University are growing a strain of dulse seaweed that tastes like bacon
  • About 14 prototype recipes have already been created using the unique dulse, including salad dressing, sesame seed chips, and smoked dulse popcorn peanut brittle
  • Seaweed is an excellent source of iodine, vitamins, fiber, protein, and minerals, provided it comes from clean, non-polluted waters

By Dr. Mercola

Dulse, a type of red seaweed with a chewy texture that's often used in dried, flaked form, has been harvested for centuries in Europe. But this sea vegetable, which typically grows along the Pacific and Atlantic coastlines, has remained in relative obscurity in the US – until now.

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