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Seaweed Tasting – Naturally Organic

KEEN TO GET SEAWEED IN YOUR DIET? Join us on Saturday 5th August at Naturally Organic, and get inspired on easy ways to add seaweed to your diet. Seaweeds are very nutritious & contain essential nutrients to good health. Sampling, recipes to take away & product specials.
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Natural Iodine, Critical to your Health

Iodine is regarded as one of the most important trace minerals for human health and it plays a vital biochemical function in the regulation of hormone levels in the body. Iodine is essential in the bio-synthesis of the hormone thyroxine, also known as the thyroid hormone. The metabolic rate of the human body is regulated…
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NAPIER – Market Day at Chantal Shop

Come meet us and see easy ways to add seaweed to your diet. Market Day 10am-2pm Seaweeds are incredibly healthy and offer much culinary appeal! The Focus will be on 'spring detox' and holiday foods! Sampling, information & recipes available
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WELLINGTON: Seaweed for Health & Vitality

ENJOY SEAWEED FOR HEALTH & VITALITY Seaweeds are versatile and have very compelling health properties. They are a nutrition powerhouse and contain unique disease fighting compounds. Visit the Commonsense Organic Stores 15-17 September (see schedule below),  and taste delicious food made with seaweed. Find out more about the benefits of seaweed in your diet &…
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DULSE – Culinary Uses

Naturally dried Dulse leaves Dulse, a red seaweed from the Atlantic, has been used as food & medicine for centuries. It is harvested from the wild in Eastern North America, Ireland & Iceland. It is enjoying a revival at the moment, dubbed 'the next kale' as explained in Bon Appetit Food Magasine: 'How to Eat…
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DULSE – Nutrition and Wellness

Dulse for sale at markets in New-Brunswick, Canada Dulse's benefits in nutrition & wellness properties have been relied upon for centuries in Europe and East Coast North America. It is to the Irish people what nori is to the Japanese. Its scientific name "Palmaria" refers to its hand-like or fan-like shape. Dulse is usually harvested…
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RED SEAWEEDS – Nutritional Benefits & Quick Applications

Red seaweeds are the oldest & largest group of algae with over 6000 species worldwide (roughly 570 species of found along the NZ coast).  Their distinctive colour pigments allow them to survive at great depths. They vary greatly in size, shape and ecosystem, and despite their name, their colour ranges from pink through to crimson,…
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Make Your Own Seaweed Wraps, It’s Easy !

Most people's first experience of seaweed is sushi. These little bite size morsels are considered 'fast food' in Japan. Although they are a delicious way to start appreciating the taste of nori, the seaweed wraps are often over processed and glazed with flavoured salty mixtures to make them shiny and resistant to the ambient moisture, which…
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