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Dulse Flakes Dulse Flakes
40g 150g
$16.95
40g 150g

Power Super Foods raw organic dulse is a nutrient dense red seaweed that grows in remote, intertidal zones. This immaculate environment ensures this mineral rich sea vegetable comes to you in its most natural form. Wild harvested from the cold pristine waters of the North Atlantic the dulse is then air dried at low temperatures and ground into flakes. Drying leaves behind a white layer of naturally occurring sea salt adding depth of flavour to this wild sea vegetable.

$14.95

Atlantic wakame (Alaria esculenta) is a brown kelp seaweed very similar to the Pacific wakame widely used in Asian cuisine. Much of its popularity can be attributed to its impressive nutrient density and high mineral and vitamin content. Seaweed naturally absorbs the nutrients from its marine environment, making sourcing from pure waters vital.

$15.95

Wild harvested from the pristine seas of the North Atlantic, Power Super Foods Nori grows in a remote, intertidal zone. This immaculate environment ensures our raw organic Nori Flakes are free of impurities.

Dulse Leaf Dulse Leaf
50g 20g
$22.95
50g 20g

Wild harvested from the cold pristine waters of the North Atlantic, Power Super Foods raw organic Dulse Leaf is a nutrient dense red seaweed that grows in remote intertidal zones. This immaculate environment ensures this nutritious sea vegetable is free from impurities and contaminants.

As a result of the low temperature drying, occasionally you might see white sea salt intertwined in the rich reddish curls of dulse's beautiful leaves. This natural salty residue adds depth of flavour to this wild sea vegetable.

$14.95

Wild harvested from the pristine waters of the Pacific Ocean off Tasmania's east coast, Power Super Foods raw organic premium grade Wakame Leaf (Undaria pinnatifida) is a mineral dense brown seaweed rich in nutrients and flavour enhancing umami.

As a result of the low temperature drying, you might see white powder on the leaves. This is mannitol, a naturally occurring substance and the source of the delicious sweet salty umami flavour that gives depth of flavour to this wild sea vegetable.

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