[Global] Spirulina and Chlorella are freshwater microalgae that pack a mean punch when it comes to health benefits, two of many lesser Continue reading Spirulina and Chlorella, the lesser known, supermarket shelf heroes
[USA] Seaweed may not melt in your mouth, but crumbling it makes a fine seasoning for tilapia. Continue reading Giving kelp a chance
[UK] Pass the seaweed please. The avocado, mango and spinach breakfast smoothie, with added bee pollen, flax seeds and maca Continue reading Craig Houston: There’s green gold on them thar beaches
[India] A 77-year-old retired botany professor visits Burthal village, 35km from Jaipur, on Sundays to monitor women working at a pond Continue reading Retired botany professor shows way on green superfood
[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?
[Global] Seaweed has earned a bad rap. It smells putrid after baking in the sun. It entangles fishing lines and boat motors. It scares Continue reading “Seaweed Cheetos” could be the next key to fighting global warming
[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
[Canada] AlgaeCal has been featured on PBS, Fox News and the Dr. Oz show, with roots in Vancouver, BC. AlgaeCal is founded on a Continue reading The algae superfood battling osteoporosis
[Global] Whenever I go to the fancy smoothie place by my apartment — to treat myself to one packed with peanut butter and Continue reading Should I add Spirulina to my smoothies?
[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