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2013-04-30 22:58:59

Seaweed has been eaten for thousands of years by people all over the world, and it can be considered a tasty and healthy food item. This is the conclusion from professor Ole G. Mouritsen, Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy at the University of Southern Denmark, who has scientifically studied the species dulse (Palmaria palmata). Dulse has traditionally been eaten by populations along North Atlantic coasts in countries such as Iceland, Ireland, England, Scotland, France, Norway...

2011-11-16 15:50:00

North America's senior natural foods company announces Organic EDEN Whole Leaf Dulse, an exceptionally soft crimson sea vegetable with a delicious tangy flavor. Clinton, Michigan (PRWEB) November 16, 2011 North America's senior natural foods company announces Organic EDEN Whole Leaf Dulse, an exceptionally soft crimson sea vegetable with a delicious tangy flavor. This addition to its line of quality sea vegetables, world renown for their purity, is the finest example of culinary dulse in...


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  • A murmuring sound; a rushing or whistling sound, like that of the wind; a deep sigh.
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