Wednesday, August 22, 2012


Dulse, Kelp

Dulse is a seaweed which grows on the rocky shores of England and Ireland, collected at low tide, dried and packed for sale. It is similar to kelp in its uses, with the nice addition of being much tastier. One family, whose two-year-old was allergic to milk, began to give the child Dulse and, to their surprise, he stopped taking milk entirely, Dulse being an excellent source of calcium. It is also a powerful source of potassium. One family, in search of a natural source of potassium for their cancer-stricken father, utilized large doses of Dulse which, despite its sodium content, was an extremely rich source of natural, assimilable potassium. It can be made into an infusion, dipped in vinegar, dipped in molasses, or simply nibbled. It is a pleasant way for you to supply dietary iodine, which is sometimes deficient in non-coastal diets.

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