Nutritious Atlantic Dulse leaves are a highly popular red sea vegetable which is harvested from the Atlantic ocean. Atlantic Dulse adds a unique smoky and salty flavour – Dulse is commonly referred to as the vegan bacon – as well as a beautiful crimson colour to a variety of dishes. It is rich in micronutrients which are essential for optimal health.
How to Use Dulse Leaves
Dulse leaves are a delicious smoothie ingredient, used in cleansing and detoxing smoothies, as Dulse is strongly associated with the collection and removal of heavy metals and toxins. Read more about how all seaweeds (not just Dulse!) can naturally help to cleanse and detox here.
A red seaweed, Dulse (Palmaria palmata) is an excellent source of plant protein so makes a great choice for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone else looking to incorporate this ocean superfood into their diet. Dulse also offers a good iodine levels so is a great natural supplement for thyroid health. If you are looking for ways to add extra micronutrients into your diet for optimal health, Atlantic Dulse makes a great addition to your every day meals. We receive a lot of anecdotal feedback from people struggling to live with the symptoms of auto-immune diseases such as chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, bowel and liver diseases and more, that they notice a difference to their health when they run out of their dulse leaves!
Easily Add Essential Micronutrients to your Meals
Our Atlantic Dulse leaves are tested for contaminants so you can be sure they are toxin free. Chop them up as a delicious garnish on eggs, soups, savoury baking, potatoes, and poke bowls as well as popping them into your daily smoothie..
Available in various sizes. Start with the 15g box or if you are already a super user, consider the 100g box. Contact us if you are looking for larger sizes of Dulse leaves.
How we harvest, test our pack our Atlantic Dulse Leaves
Our dulse leaves are organically wild harvested, then dried naturally to preserve their dense nutritional value.
Pacific Harvest specialises in seaweed, and has been trusted by the nutritional community since 2002. We test all our dulse leaves for contaminants in external labs, before packing the flakes in our food grade facility in Auckland. As Dulse leaves are a wild harvested seaweed, we hand grade them in our food grade facility in Auckland before packing them into our bags. Please do check for detritus before consuming.
You may notice the colour can vary a little. This can depend on when in the season the dulse has been harvested and whether it has been dried indoors or outside in the sun.
We recently removed the zip lock from our bags to reduce the amount of overall plastic in the bag. Please use the resealable sticker we provide to keep moisture out.
We recently added cardboard boxes to our range to ensure the stores who stock these products can stand them on shelf as the pouches we previously used fell over constantly! Please pop these into your worm farm, or in kerb side cardboard recycling. The plastic pouch can be recycled through soft plastic recycling schemes. Ideally we’d not use plastic but as seaweeds are hygroscopic (attract moisture) we need to ensure we can keep the seaweeds food safe. Compostable options don’t currently provide adequate moisture barriers. Please read more on our packaging journey here.
What is the white powder on Dulse leaves?
You may notice a white powder on your Dulse – this is the result of the amino acid, glutamine, which naturally rises to the surface as the leaf dries. This what powder is not to be mistaken for mould. It is the very thing that gives Dulse its umami flavour.
Ingredients: Dulse (Palmaria palmata) seaweed 100%.
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