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Q: What is dulse and what does it taste like?
A: The high protein and mineral content of dulse adds umami flavor to any dish, but we find it goes especially well with starches and sharp cheeses. Sprinkle in soups, salads, tofu, pasta, stir-fries, dressings, dips, sauces, breads, and popcorn. Enjoy the nutritional benefits of sea vegetables, while skipping the table salt.
Q: What to do with flaked dulse?
A: Mix flaked dulse into homemade cracker dough. Add to a bowl of ramen. Sprinkle flaked dulse over a baked potato to amp up the flavor of a classic. Have you tried dulse? Share your favorite recipes!
Q: Where can I Buy Fresh dulse seeds?
A: Fresh dulse can be hard to find, but many stores sell it dried in both whole-leaf and flaked varieties, in the international foods aisle. You may also find it ground into a powder, or added to pre-mixed spice blends. Store dried dulse in a dark, cool place like your pantry, and it should keep for about two years.
Q: How do you cook with dulse?
A: Add strips of whole-leaf dulse to your favorite pickled vegetables. Sprinkle flakes over your morning eggs. Steep whole-leaf dulse in water for a restorative and savory “tea.” Mix flaked dulse into homemade cracker dough. Add to a bowl of ramen. Sprinkle flaked dulse over a baked potato to amp up the flavor of a classic.