Algentladen Organic Dulse Leaves - 100g

Bio VEGAN GLUTEN FREE Lactose-free

Our organic dulse leaves are an innovative ingredient for dishes with fish, meat and vegetables, pasta and algae noodles. Also in smoothies you will be happy to use.

Product description

How do I use the organic dulse leaves in the kitchen?

Bratet the organic dulse leaves briefly in butter, then Dulse becomes the "sea bacon". Gaved leaves peppen vegetables and salads. Do not use softwater.

Dulsse is an edible algae and very tasteful.

Our Organic Dulse Leaves Are bio-certified and come from EU agriculture.

The algae store equals algae as vegetables from the sea the "land vegetables". The company has been producing raw materials and recipe mixtures with macro and microalgae for a fresh and balanced kitchen since 2017.

Frequent questions from customers

Question: How do I best store the Dulse leaves?
Answer: The bag is resealable. The dulse leaves are cool and dry to store. Please do not store in the refrigerator.

Question: My dulse leaves sometimes have a white layer on the surface. What is this?
Answer: Algae decay with the time salt, other minerals and protein in crystal form, which they have taken up in the sea. This is noticeable as a whitish covering on the leaves and is a natural process. For matured cheese or ham, there is the same effect. Sometimes this is accidentally held for mold. However, dried algae is usually not mold-prone, except the product is wet due to false storage. The salt layer can be wiped with a damp cloth before preparation.

Question: Is your Dulse regularly checked for pollutants?
Answer: Our suppliers examine each harvested batch on iodine, heavy metals, toxins and microorganisms. We too let analysis perform. Overall, we use stricter limits than specified by the EU directives. We strictly hold these limit values.

Question: How much iodine do your Dulse leaves contain?
Answer: Dulse algae are a natural product. At Dulse algae from the Atlantic, where ours is from, the content of about 100 μg per gram fluctuates in the area of ​​about 100 μg. With a portion size of 2 g, this corresponds to a daily intake of 200 μg iodine. These are about 133% of nutrient reference values ​​(NRV) for the daily intake according to food regulation. We recommend that you do not consume dulse leaves more frequently than 4-5x a week.

Question: Do the leaves turn up in water?
Answer: No. When the leaves are placed in the water, they are merely softer. When soaking, they multiply their weight about a factor of 5.

Question: Can the Dulse leaves be fried too?
Answer: Yes, even very good. Fressed they taste a spicy bacon and can e.g. be used for burgers or as a vegan spacer. In order to determine the optimal temperature of the hot oil, a long wooden stick can be held in the oil. When it forms bubbles at the bottom, the optimum temperature is reached. The leaves must be fried about 40 seconds. However, the process should be closely monitored because the leaves are very thin.

Nutritional information

Nutrition values ​​per 100g:
Energy: 930 KJ / 223 KCAL
Fat: 0.5 g
thereof saturated fatty acids: 0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 21 g
Sugar: 0.2 g
Fiber: 31 g
Protein: 18 g
Salt: 2.5 g


ingredients Dulsse (Palmaria Palmata)
Allergens Can contain traces of shells, crustaceans and fish

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