A comeback for dulse, edible seaweed from Ireland with umami that’s a versatile addition to your kitchen

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When most of us think of seafood, it’s usually just the animals – fish, shellfish and other marine creatures – that come to mind. But the sea also offers a wealth of edible plants that can be considered seafood.

The Japanese and Koreans have been eating seaweed for centuries. So, too, have the Irish.

Dr Prannie Rhatigan, a qualified general practitioner from Streedagh, County Sligo, in Ireland, has been harvesting and cooking seaweed from the Irish coast since she was young. She says about…
When most of us think of seafood, it’s usually just the animals – fish, shellfish and other marine creatures – that come to mind. But the sea also offers a wealth of edible plants that can be considered seafood.

The Japanese and Koreans have been eating seaweed for centuries. So, too, have the Irish.

Dr Prannie Rhatigan, a qualified general practitioner from Streedagh, County Sligo, in Ireland, has been harvesting and cooking seaweed from the Irish coast since she was young. She says about…

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