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Dulse

Dulse (pronounced like pulse with a D) is one of the most well known and most used seaweeds. It is famously known as “The Bacon of the Sea” for its distinct smoked flavor and it’s great red-ish color. Cooking with Dulse gives you a solid flavor enhancer, a delicious smoked undertone and a boat load of potassium and betakaroten!

kr 79,00

Product Description

How to use the product
The product is used in everything from baking to desserts, sauces, salads, soups or as sprinkling on just about anything to add the unique umami flavor. It can also be used raw as a snack and cooked to produce the natural flavor of bacon as it is so famous for.

Benefits
Dulse is easy to use and has the highest content of umami. It is very versatile and can be used on everything from meat to vanilla ice cream!

Characteristics
– Taste – Salt, sweet and smokey
– Smell – Mild smell of bacon and meat
– Color/look – Deep red and purple

Ingredients
100% dried Dulse (Palmaria palmata)

Nutritional information

DULSE

PALMARIA PALMATA

Nutritional information

pr 100g

Energy 703 kJ
Energy 168 kcal
Protein 17 g
Carbohydrates 22 g
Fiber 29 g
Fat      1,4 g

 

SØL
NÆRINGSSTOFFER
Content pr. 2 grams of seaweed Part of daily recommended dose
Sodium 31 mg 6%
Magnesium 4,5 mg 15%
Kalium 140 mg 40%
Jern 0,7 mg 44%
Vitamin A 74 µg 93%
Beta‐caroten 208 µg  
Vitamin C 1,6 mg 20%
Vitamin B12 0,2 µg 100%

Technical info

  • Weight – 50 grams
  • Best before; See packaging for best before date – ca. 2 years from it was dried.
  • Store dry, closed and out of direct sunlight.
  • Recommended maximum daily intake is 3 grams.
  • Allergies – Does not contain any known allergens
    • May contain traces of shellfish – allergy sufferers should consult their doctor before ingesting seaweed as there might be small traces of shellfish in wild seaweed.
  • Where is it harvested; Close to the Tekslo Lighthouse outside Bergen, Norway

More about Dulse
Dulse (Palmaria palmata) is a seaweed in the red algea family. It comes in many variants, but the most common is the wide lance-shaped leaves, but some are two-cleaved in the top. Dulse is generally 10-20 cm long, but can grow up to 50 cm. This seaweed grows throughout the European Atlantic coast, in arctic Russia, Canada, Alaska and Asia around Japan and Korea.

Dulse grows on stone, bedrock and larger algae from the lower part of the shoreline zone down to 15 meters deep. The species is found throughout the Norwegian coast.

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