The Crimson Seaweed of Chondrus crispus and Mastocarpus stellatus have been used for Centuries in Eire to relieve sore throats, coughs and colds. This distinctive, olive-brown seaweed is also referred to as sea spaghetti, himanthalia elongata, spaghetti de mer, button weed, and imleacán cloch. There are near 55,000 metric tons of hydrocolloids extracted from seaweed each year for quite a lot of uses. I in all probability chose an olive brown seaweed jar (Ascophyllum nodosum) in a Christmassy, heat spice state of mind.
Dried and sprinkled seaweed used by both its widespread or Latin identify is however, most helpful as a Christmas spice. Seaweed is his favourite seaside ingredient for a house-cooked recipe and on a trip to the seaside he never leaves the home with out a pair of scissors, a bucket and a internet. Nessa’s Family Kitchen is an Irish food blog with family-pleasant recipes and snippets of family life from an Irish kitchen. Some members of the family have urged that I take up seaweed farming as when I go fishing I spend most of my time eradicating handfuls of the stuff from my hooks and bait. Some seaweed can get out of control, such as the … Read More