Cornish sea salad 30g

Cornish sea salad 30g

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£4.45

Dried seaweed salad with organic Nori, vibrant purple-pink Dulse and Sea Greens, sustainably hand-harvested on the Cornish coast.

This colourful dried salad makes a great introduction to edible seaweed. It’s very tasty, packed with nutrients, and dead easy to use; simply sprinkle the flakes directly into all sorts of recipes for a salty burst of seaweed’s unique flavour and intense ocean fragrance. Fish dishes, buttery mashed spuds, Asian noodle bowls, omelettes, bread dough, salads, savoury pancakes... it can even go on your breakfast porridge!

Quick Overview

Dried seaweed salad with organic Nori, vibrant purple-pink Dulse and Sea Greens, sustainably hand-harvested on the Cornish coast.



This colourful dried salad makes a great introduction to edible seaweed. It’s very tasty, packed with nutrients, and dead easy to use; simply sprinkle the flakes directly into all sorts of recipes for a salty burst of seaweed’s unique flavour and intense ocean fragrance. Fish dishes, buttery mashed spuds, Asian noodle bowls, omelettes, bread dough, salads, savoury pancakes... it can even go on your breakfast porridge!

Storage

Keep somewhere cool, dark and dry.

Ingredients

Dried dulse, sea greens and nori.

Allergens in bold.

We have made every effort to prevent cross-contamination; however, because of where seaweed grows, it may contain traces of fish, crustaceans and molluscs.

Cooking

Organic seaweed salad is a versatile ingredient. Use it as a nutritious alternative to salt, sprinkled directly into all sorts of dishes, or cook into soups and stews as a flavoursome extra vegetable.

Organic seaweed farmer

The Cornish Seaweed Company was founded by Caro and Tim in 2012. Caro had a revelation when listening to a radio program about the seaweed industry in Ireland: there is amazing seaweed in Cornwall, why wasn’t it being used?

As well as producing great tasting seaweed, the Cornish Seaweed Company is super sustainable. They worked with Natural England to create a national code of conduct for sustainable seaweeding, dry it using direct solar and wind energy, and collaborate with the University of Exeter to monitor how the plants are affected by harvesting. They are certified organic by the Soil Association.

Nutritional Information

per 100g
Energy (kJ) 679.9 kJ
Energy (kCal) 162.6 kCal
Fat (g) 2 g
    of which Saturates (g) 0.5 g
Carbohydrate (g) 17.8 g
    of which Sugars(g) 0.5 g
Protein (g) 18.4 g
Salt (g) 7.1 g