Bull Kelp Fronds and Flakes are very thin and have a salty fresh ocean taste.
Eat right out of the bag! Very high in minerals.
Is a favorite because it can be eaten as a salty snack right out of the bag and is so easy to use in any food. Cut in thin slivers with scissors or crumble and add to any food, (no need to soak or cook).
Tasty in salads, sandwiches, soups, any seafood etc...
Bladderwrack has a very rich iodine ocean flavor. It is chewy and can be eaten right out of the bag.
A popular and very mineral rich way to enjoy Bladderwrack is to add it to a miso broth and sip it hot.
Cut Bladderwrack (easier with scissors) into smaller pieces, soak in a small amount of water (enough to barely cover the Bladderwrack) let soak 5 to 10 minutes. Add Bladderwrack and soaking liquid to soups, or stir fry's.
Our customers also enjoy sipping it as a mineral rich hot tea.
Boil 1 cup water. Pour hot water in mug with 1 tablespoon cut up Bladderwrack pieces. Let sit 5 minutes, strain and sip as you would tea. Add thin slices of green onion on top with a splash of soya sauce. You can add strained Bladderwrack to soups or add to compost as an excellent fertilizer.
Wakame is slightly sweet and salty, very thin with a thicker midrib. In Japan this seaweed is a favorite to add to miso soup. It is commonly used to flavor and enrich soups and stir fry's. Also makes a popular and tasty seaweed salad.
Seaweed salad: Cut two Wakame Fronds (midrib included) in thin slices with scissors. Soak in just enough water to cover seaweed. Let sit 1 hour. (overnight is fine also)
Dressing: small amount of sesame oil ( 2 Tbl.), rice vinegar ( 3 Tbl.), soya sauce (1 Tbl.) and flavor with pinch of fresh grated or dried ginger. Toss and serve. (For a sweet and sour seaweed salad add 1 Tbl honey or maple syrup.)
Strain seaweed, add seaweed to dressing, toss and serve as a side dish. Serves two. Excellent chilled or warmed.
No need to cook.You can eat Wakame right out of the bag,
midrib and all.
Kombu is a thicker seaweed. Because it is so tough, it is usually soaked before using.
In Japan it is a favorite seaweed used as a soup stock with miso.
Excellent added to cooking rice, beans (makes them more digestible) and vegetables. Add in soups, chowders and stir fry's.
Cut with scissors in smaller pieces or thin strips. Soak 20 minutes in a bowl with a small amount of water, before using.
Macrois a very fine and textured seaweed. It has a wavy texture and mild salty flavor. It is a favorite added to sauces, seafood or veggie stir fry's.
Because of it's texture it absorbs the juices nicely and has a nice bite, similar to mushrooms.
Excellent in spaghetti sauces, gravy's, soups, chowders and stir fry's.
Cut with scissors into smaller squares or thin long slices.
Soak cut up Macro in a small amount of water, 10 minutes or so before adding to your cooking. Always add the mineral rich liquid to your cooking.
Seaweed Mineral Bath
Ingredients: 100% Wild Seaweed
in cotton muslin pouch.
To enjoy a seaweed mineral bath, natural ocean fragrance and algin, a mineral rich gel.
Seaweed bath detoxifies and nourishes the skin while soothing sore joints and muscles.
Directions: Leave seaweed in bag, make certain bag is closed tightly. Place the pouch in hot bath water.
Gently squeeze pouch to release seaweeds naturally occurring gel.
Rub over body and face, also you can leave on face for duration of bath for a beneficial seaweed facial.
Breath in the fresh ocean breeze, Soak and Relax.....
This soap is hand cut therefore the weight
varies from 130 grams to 140 grams per bar.
SEA KELP SOAP Bar
Non Scented All Natural ingredients
Vegan (no animal product).
SEA KELP Soap is made in British Columbia Canada
with Natural oils and wild BC KELP seaweed.
Ingredients: Olive, Coconut and Palm oils.
Spring water and BC KELP (Nereocystis leutkeana) flakes.
Wrapped in cotton muslin pouch.
SEA KELP SOAP produces lots of silky suds because of its rich ALGIN content (seaweed gel). Kelp Soap is a mineral rich
complexion & body soap, that is nourishing to any skin type.
This soap is long lasting and will use up to a fine sliver.
Ingredients:Pure Salt from Wild Kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana)
This cream white powdery salt comes from within the kelp itself.
A rare salt sampler for Salt Selmeliers or Salt Foodies.
It takes about 1 year for us to collect 1 pound.
Which makes this possibly the world's most expensive salt.
How is it made: There is often a small amount of kelp salt that comes to the surface of the kelp once it is dry. When the kelp is dry and sorted we gather the small amount of salt that falls to the bottom of the collection sheet.