[Global] Humble seaweed, that gross stuff you screamed at every time the tide washed a bit near you when you paddled away at the beach as a nipper, Continue reading Why is seaweed is the latest health and beauty buzzword?
[UK] Fresh or dried wild seaweed may be on sale in a supermarket near you, writes Fiona Bird. But much better than supporting what may be unsustainable harvesting, Continue reading Seaweed on the shore, seaweed in the kitchen
[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
[Ireland] Seaweed skincare products by Caraderm Skincare in Ballycastle are now on sale at the Rathlin Island Ferry terminal building as well as in pharmacies and online.
Developed by former bricklayer and Continue reading Dragons' Den gives Caraderm Seaweed the chance for expansion
This month seaweed hit the high streets via Marks and Spencer, in an artisan range branded from the British Isles. The seaweed products are from a bakery in the Outer Hebrides, an Edinburgh based Seaweed Company and the Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company from Wales. This means that seaweed is now available UK wide and will hopefully encourage its move beyond gourmet chefs, into the home kitchen. Continue reading Cooking with Seaweed
Carrageen moss is one of Ireland’s more unusual natural resources. First of all, it’s not a moss: it’s a seaweed. And to add to the confusion, there are any number of ways to spell its common name: carrageen, carrageenan, carragheen and carragheenan, take your pick. They’re all derived from the Irish word carraigín, which means “moss of the rocks” (though some think that the – Continue reading Ireland: Carrageen Moss Blancmange
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