Dulse, Granules

Dulse is a deep red or purple algae sea vegetable

Dulse, Granules

Dulse, Granules

This is a greatly enlarged photo of the dulse granules from Maine Coast, but they look more like flakes. We use these granules or flakes in salads and to impart a seafood flavor to our vegan recipes. Dulse is a deep red or purple algae sea vegetable. The blades or branches of dulse are flattened and broad with numerous side branches. Lobed segments of dulse make the plant appear hand or palm shaped, which led to its scientific name, Palmaria palmata, meaning “of the palm”. Dulse grows near or below the low tide level in somewhat protected bays with strong tidal currents. Dulse is a perennial sea vegetable that contains numerous vitamins, minerals and trace elements. See the nutritional information below.

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Dulse Nutritional Analysis

Protein g/100g
Fat g/100g
Carbs g/100g
Calories cal/100g
Calcium mg/100g
Potassium mg/100g
Magnesium mg/100g
Phosphorous mg/100g
Iron mg/100g
Sodium g/100g
Iodine mg/100g
Manganese mg/100g
Copper mg/100g
Chromium mg/100g
Fluoride mg/100g
Zinc mg/100g
Vitamin A i.u
Vitamin B1 i.u
Vitamin B2 i.u
Vitamin B3 i.u
Vitamin B6 i.u
Vitamin B12 i.u
Vitamin C i.u
Vitamin E i.u
   21.5
1.7
44.6
2.64
2.31
782.0
2.71 
408 
33.1 
1.74 
5.2 
1.14 
.376 
.15 
5.3 
2.86 
.663 
.073 
1.91 
1.89 
8.99 
6.6 
6.34 
1.71 

About Kimberly Hosler

An ethical vegan since June 2007, Kimberly is a NYS licensed Massage Therapist & a Director at All-Creatures. She serves as the current VP of the Albany Vegan Network and is the Founder & President of the Albany Vegan Lady Gang. She also enjoys volunteering at local Farm Sanctuaries. She lives in Upstate NY with her two kitties and senior blind yorkie and she also has two grown human children.

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