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Dulse Leaves

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Palm Oil Free
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Highlights
Pacific Harvest Dulse Leaves have traditionally been eaten dried as a snack. Roasted, they are crunchy and moreish!

  • Dulse is a North-Atlantic sea vegetable with a distinctive taste and a rich crimson colour
  • Atlantic Dulse is to the Irish people what Nori is to the Japanese; by some it is hailed as the next kale!
  • When you buy Dulse Leaves, they can be eaten straight out of the bag or easily made crunchy on low heat for a great nutritious snack
  • Part of the red seaweed group, the colour is of red wine, the texture soft & chewy and when it comes to seaweed in the diet
  • Dulse consumption as food is among the best documented historically (for seaweed) and is often considered one of the easiest varieties for seaweed beginners
Pacific Harvest Dulse is wild harvested in Ireland & tested for contaminants.
  • Seaweed generally - and Kelp especially - are a rich source of natural iodine. Each specie has a unique level of iodine so please consult the label to determine serving size. In NZ the RDI (recommended daily intake) for iodine is 150mcg.
  • Consume in small quantities to stay within the RDI for iodine.
  • People with thyroid disorders or sensitivities to iodine should consult their health practitioner before consuming this product.
Dulse Leaves: A chameleon in the kitchen, Dulse’s flavour changes with the method of preparation. Eaten on its own, Dulse possesses a slightly salty taste and a unique mouth feel. Fried or roasted, it takes on a smoky, bacon-like flavour and a brownish colour. Boiled or sautéed, it evokes a savoury fish dish.

Rinse Dulse leaves quickly with water to reduce saltiness and tenderise & pat dry for snadwiches, for example. The presence of glutamic acid (umami) balances flavours and acts as a natural flavour enhancer. Dulse leaves are lovely in sandwiches, soup, pesto or herb butters. They make healthy & nutritious chips crunched up on low heat with a bit of coconut oil! Dulse has been in the media recently, presented as the seaweed that tastes like bacon!
100% Wild-harvested natural Dulse (palmaria palmata)
  • Dulse is to the Irish people what Nori is to the Japanese
  • Great as a healthy snack 
  • Colourful addition to many dishes
  • Fairly thin & delicate
  • Mostly do not require soaking & cooking