[UK] A seaweed delicacy found on Welsh shores has been given protected food status so that no one can copy its production. Continue reading Welsh delicacy made from seaweed is awarded special food status
[USA] During the summer of 2015, Oregon State University researchers discovered what they amusingly termed “the unicorn” Continue reading Is this seaweed the magical bacon unicorn of vegetables?
[UK] When I heard rumors of a type of sea vegetable that, when cooked, tasted like bacon, I wanted in. Continue reading Erin Brodwin: We tried the seaweed that ‘tastes like bacon’ and is healthier than kale
[UK] When it comes to superfoods, there’s always a new one on the market promising all kinds of nutritious benefits. Continue reading Why we should all be eating dulse
[South Korean] On birthdays, many South Koreans eat seaweed soup in the morning. After giving birth, mothers eat this brownish Continue reading Is seaweed soup detrimental to mothers and newborns?
[Japan] The seasonality of fruits, vegetables, nuts and fungi growing in the fields and mountains of Japan is fairly obvious to many of us Continue reading Diving into the myriad ways to enjoy Japan’s sea greens
[UK] A brewery in southwest England has given one of its beers a real shellfish twist. Continue reading There’s something fishy about this beer
[UK, Thailand] NI André Cheong, MD of Manning Impex, told BakeryandSnacks he believes the developer of the snack, Aitthipat Continue reading Manning Impex ups Asian offering for UK market with seaweed snacks
[USA] Recently, a couple of seagreens cookbooks surfaced in the tidal wave that crosses my desk each month. I’ve also noticed Continue reading “Adventures in Eating”: Seaweed is the new kale
[USA] Whether you know it as “wakame” in Japanese, “miyeok” in Korean or the catchall “seaweed” in English, eating algae provides Continue reading Eat your sea vegetables