[UK] It is a growing trend for the authors of seaweed publication to note that amateur seaweed foragers tend to damage marine and Continue reading Foraging and cooking with wild seaweed
[UK] On the Monday before Christmas, Paul O’Connor’s stall was short on stock. It might not have been prime healthy eating time yet, but the weekend had been busy for his seaweed trade. Continue reading One marine biologist seeks to put seaweed back on the dinner table
[UK] Sharon Ní Chonchúir says seaweed is one of the most nutritious foodstuffs on the planet and we need to protect this Continue reading Seaweed: A nutritious foodstuff that needs protecting
What’s slimy, a bit smelly, and all the rage in fashionable kitchens? Seaweed. Touted as “the new kale”, it’s popping up everywhere, from restaurant menus – with crab, cucumber and dill at Kitty Fisher’s; hake and pak choi at Grain Continue reading The unstoppable rise of seaweed in the supermarkets
Horizontal rain, Wellington boots two sizes too small, rocks promising nothing but a broken back, and an encroaching tide. This is hardcore.
At any minute I could slip and end up in an eternal sleep. Not that I wouldn’t Continue reading Seaweed Harvesting in England Is Slippery Business