Sustainably hand-harvested and very low sodium certified organic, wild, hand harvested dulse sea vegetable from the shores of Maine. Sun-dried and ground into small flakes. Tangy flavor brightens grains, vegetables, salads, pasta, baked potatoes, popcorn, almost any dish. Sprinkle or pour dispenser cap.
Eden Organic Dulse Flakes are from wild, hand harvested, organic Eden Dulse, ground into fine flakes. The dulse is certified organic by Maine Organic Farmers and Gardens Association (MOFGA) and sustainably hand harvested from April through September. Dulsers use dories and harvest at low tide off coastal submerged rocks. The fronds are spread over nets on the beach to dry. The summer sun and sea breeze reduce moisture to 12 to 15 percent in about a day and a half. The dulse is then ground, passed over a magnet into a sifter of stainless steel screens. Dulse flakes are weighed and packed for shipment to Eden Foods where they're filled into glass jars capped with dispenser tops.
The U.S. Maine coast provide an excellent dulse source due to a unique growing environment that produces an abundance of delicious dulse. The cold North Atlantic and tidal flow nurturing creates ideal growing conditions for dulse. Dulsers hand harvest using methods that ensure minimal upset to near-shore ecology and a ensure a sustainable supply.
Dulse Palmaria palmata is a red sea vegetable that grows on rocks in the cold waters along the northern coasts of both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It has been harvested for centuries as valuable food off North American and Northern European coasts. It rich in vitamins, minerals, trace elements, antioxidants, and iodine. In Ireland, Scotland, and Wales dulse is used to prepare oatmeal soups, hot porridges, breads, and as a seasoning condiment for meals.
Eden Organic Dulse Flakes are very low sodium and can be sprinkled on whole grains, pasta, hot breakfast porridge, vegetables, salads, and protein dishes. It adds delicious flavor to soups, stews, sauces, salad dressings and is delightful on popcorn and corn on the cob in place of salt.