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Want To Eat Green For St. Patrick’s Day? Do It The Irish Way — With Seaweed

Sea algae at low tide along the Irish coast. Seaweed was long a part of Irish cuisine. Nutrient-rich, it helped some survive the Great Famine. Irish cooks reviving the practice say it

Algae was long a part of Irish cuisine. Nutrient-rich, it helped some survive the Great Famine. Irish cooks reviving the practice say it’s not just good for you – it’s a zap of flavor from the sea.

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Want To Eat Green For St. Patrick’s Day? Do It The Irish Way — With Seaweed