Dulse Alga is the most famous of the North Atlantic and it is said that the Celtic and Viking warriors chewed it on their voyages. This red alga is the richest in iron so it is recommended in cases of anemia. It has a high content of magnesium, potassium, iodine and phosphorus. It is the second richest in protein, after the nori. You just need to soak for a few minutes to add to salads. Combines well with cooked cereal.
Algae in our diet provide us with fiber, one of the main elements to combat constipation and to prevent degenerative diseases of the intestines. With the seaweed salad you can enjoy a range of new flavors.
In a pot with hot water, pour all the algae and leave to soak for 10 minutes, then strain, carve up the algae that are larger and enter it all in a salad bowl.
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