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02-08-2006, 12:08 PM
Help!! I am trying to make a mock salmon pate and the recipe calls for "dulse flakes". Could someone please tell me what these are and what I could replace them with? Thank you!!
02-08-2006, 12:16 PM
dulse is a sea vegetable. with the mock salmon pate, i think its pretty important that you use dulse to give it that "salmon taste," but kelp flakes would probably work.
check out your health food store or an oriental market, you can usually find lots of sea veggies at both places.
02-09-2006, 06:21 AM
Sea vegetables are awesome and extremely nutritious, as they're filled with minerals from the sea. They are sun-dried and retain their natural state. Maine Coast Sea Vegetables sell some awesome varieties which are harvested off the northern coast of Maine and are certified organic and sustainably harvested. Here's a site for you to take a look at!!
http://www.seaveg.com/dulse_granulesg.html--- I have all the sea granules. They're luscious! Enjoy and be healthy!! :p
02-09-2006, 05:01 PM
Dulse are my favorite type of seaweed to eat. It's addictive stuff! It doesn't taste as "fishy" as other seaweeds I find (kombu in particular). I do notice my energy level is higher and I feel better when I am eating dulse or arame every day...must be the iodine in it:>
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