Dulse has been an important part of the Irish diet for centuries and is now making a comeback in restaurants. High in vitamins and trace minerals, it is a versatile food that can be eaten as a snack and used in a variety of dishes. Photo: Alamy

A comeback for dulse, edible seaweed from Ireland with umami that’s a versatile addition to your kitchen

  • Beer snack, hangover cure, sandwich filling, supplement – for centuries dulse, high vitamins and trace minerals, has been an important part of the Irish diet
  • A favourite of the middle-aged and elderly in Ireland, the seaweed has found new fans as restaurants and home chefs use it in bread and a variety of dishes
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Dulse has been an important part of the Irish diet for centuries and is now making a comeback in restaurants. High in vitamins and trace minerals, it is a versatile food that can be eaten as a snack and used in a variety of dishes. Photo: Alamy
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