Umami/ Notes of Bacon when fried
Fresh dulse, sustainably farmed in land-based aquaculture tanks in Moss Landing CA. High in protein, low in carbohydrates and fats, and loaded with ocean nutrients (e.g., iodine, chlorophyll, anti-oxidants. Try this in salads and poke bowls.
Dulse is a thicker brownish variety of red seaweed that is known for its 'bacon-like' flavor when fried. It can be used raw, steamed, fried or used to make a flavorful broth. When the dulse is cooked it will lose its reddish-brown color and turn to a deep green. Dulse will become very crisp when fried and served as bar snacks, crumbled over other ingredients or used as structured layers to create a beautiful modern look.
With a deep umami taste, we have used dulse to create broths used in innovative cocktails and as simple additions to traditional drinks such as an Ooh Mommy Bloody Mary.