Making sushi is often thought of as an art form but for Takayo Kiyota it actually is.
Gracilariopsis lemaneiformis or red seaweed is used throughout Asia for various purposes and is one of the most important aquaculture species in China, which in that country is cultivated for its high-quality raw agar. At its culture site… Continue reading Global Climate Change and Red Seaweed Production in China
Indonesia is to use a US$47.4 million World Bank loan to rehabilitate threatened coral reefs and develop an integrated community-based approach to managing its marine and other coastal fisheries resources… Continue reading Assistance for Indonesia to boost sustainable fisheries production
Microalgae supplier Allma tells BeverageDaily.com why it believes nutrient-rich ‘super algae’ chlorella has a big future in juices and smoothies as it inks a supply deal with Frulact… Continue reading Protein rich super smoothies with microalgae: Allma’s high hopes for chlorella
Attention all only-organic eaters: I’d like to have your attention in particular as you might have read this title and thought, “I bet whatever ingredient it is isn’t in my fridge! I’m the healthiest eater I know!”… Continue reading Carageenan from Chondrus crispus: A Cancer-Causing Ingredient Sitting in Your Fridge
A controversial seaweed harvest in Deep Bay will continue for at least another season.
The Ministry of Agriculture announced Friday three licences — one more than last year — have been granted to harvest Mazzaella japonica in the… Continue reading Seaweed harvest to continue in Deep Bay
Tropical fish invading temperate waters warmed as a result of climate change are overgrazing algae, posing a threat to biodiversity and some marine-based industries… Continue reading Algae under threat from invasive fish
“Can you make some more of those dulse chips for dinner?” my husband Ralph asked.
It was late. We were hungry. The water for noodles was about to boil and the roasted vegetables had 15 minutes to go in the oven. I looked at the clock, then… Continue reading A bonus way to eat dulse: chips
“The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.” President Franklin D. Roosevelt
I am frequently drawn to write columns about soil due to its vital importance as a national resource as well as the fact… Continue reading Soil Part I: Seaweed Fertilizer
Waiehu’s Amy Hodges (with headband) looks toward California’s Gwen Hunter while gobbling her way to winning the Seaweed Eating Competition at the Ridge to Reef Celebration and 5th Birthday Bash for the… Continue reading Seaweed Eating Competition at the Ridge to Reef Celebration