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This section of our blog contains a selection of blog articles including why eat seaweeds, how to include sea vegetables in your every day diet, general information about seaweeds as a food source.

Seaweeds vs Land Plants – How Are They The Same and Different?

Seaweeds vs land plants – definitely not a competition but learn a little more about how they are different. To be able to compare them, lets explore what seaweeds are, (and why we should care!) a little first! What are Seaweeds? Seaweeds are technically not plants but algae. They may be single cellular or multi-cellular, […]

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Learn About Wakame Seaweed – A Deep Dive into the History and Traditions of Wakame

Learn about wakame (Undaria pinnatifida) seaweed’s long, rich tradition in kitchens around the globe, for its culinary uses and nutritional value – let’s take a deep dive into the history of this fascinating sea vegetable or seaweed, also known as Undaria. About Wakame’s origins – Where does it come from? The origin and much of wakame seaweed’s […]

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Learn All About Green Seaweeds

Seaweeds are technically classified as algae – they all photosynthesise as land plants do, but are non flowering and do not have leaves, roots, leaft shoots or sophisticated methods for transporting water and nutrients. This article explores Green seaweeds fully and hopefully inspires you to try it out today! All seaweeds contain the light harvesting […]

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Learn All About Brown Seaweeds

Seaweeds are classified as algae although they are often referred to as ‘plants from the sea’.  Brown Seaweeds constitute a major group of all the seaweeds and are rarely found in freshwater.  All seaweeds photosynthesise, just as land plants do. However they do not produce flowers or have roots or systems for transporting water and […]

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Learn All About Red Seaweeds

Red seaweeds offer an excellent source of minerals, carbohydrates, antioxidants, enzymes and generally very high in dietary fibre. Learn about what they are, how to use them and why you should eat them! Seaweeds are actually classified as algae, not plants, although they are often referred to as ‘sea plants or sea vegetables’.  All seaweeds photosynthesise, […]

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What are Seaweeds or Sea Vegetables?

Seaweed are the most ancient plants on earth and are at the base of the food chain. They have an amazing impact on all life on earth, including us humans.

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