According to The Guardian, Kale is so 2014. But what’s next? They predict the next 5 hottest food trends: and guess what seaweed is on the list.
They say: Seaweed is set to transition from sushi rolls to dinner plates with chefs serving it in salads, seasonings, sauces – even as a seaweed butter. High in iodine and purportedly excellent for detoxing, keep an eye out for dishes which include wakame, kombu and dulse.
We say: Yes exactly! Seaweed doesn't have to be only in Asian cooking - it is a local product too. We collect it from the Scottish coastline and it has been eaten by British people for centuries, only we've all forgotten about it. Mara seaweed aims to change all that! We've got loads of recipes on how to use it.