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Seaweeds: Sea Vegetables

When we think of algae, we think of the sea and plants that we see on the edge of the beach. They might look awful, but nature has endowed them with incredible benefits.

 
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Bladderwrack to lose weight

Bladderwrack is a seaweed that has many properties for being a food rich in nutrients and which, by its composition and qualities, is a very effective alternative to help you lose weight naturally, pl...

 
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Seaweed: The food of the future

In the book Healthy Food for the XXI century, written by Laura Kohan, are the most important food of the future, and one of them is seaweed. While the properties of these marine plants are becoming in...

 
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Seaweed: Spirulina, Wakame, Nori and other

Plant plankton is considered a kind of "marine plant", with no stem, leaves and seeds. The seaweeds are classified within a group of primitive plants, with pigments that are classified as blue, green,...

 
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Agar-Agar: Properties, Nutrition Information, Food and Cooking

Agar - Agar (Shiro kanten) is a red and jelly alga, very flexible and resilient despite its intricate ramifications. It is also known by the following names: gelose, gelosine, vegetable gelatin, Chine...

 
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Cochayuyo Alga: Differences, composition and how to prepare

Cochayuyu or Colloi is an edible seaweed which comes from Chile and Subantarctic areas. It can measure up to 15 meters and for centuries has served as food for many Native American communities. Its sc...

 
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Types of edible seaweed

In recent years, the West has surrendered to the virtues of seaweed, an important food in other countries. There are many edible seaweed: Hijiki, wakame, nori, Agar-Agar, Dulse, Kombu, Arame, Cochayuy...

 
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Edible seaweed

Marine plants, like the land plants, need light, they have chlorophyll, roots, stems... although its structure is different. In food, Nori, Arame, Kombu, wakame, Hijiki, Dulse, Agar Agar, Spirulina an...

 
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