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How To Use Dulse Seaweed Flakes

How To Use Dulse Seaweed Flakes

Dulse is a delicious seaweed which is native to Scotland, where it has been consumed for centuries. One of our most popular seaweeds we harvest at Mara, Dulse is full of a lingering, smoky, umami flavour.
Radio 4 Farming Today: Seaweed Farm

Radio 4 Farming Today: Seaweed Farm

Our SeaEO, Fiona Houston, and our harvesting team were on Radio 4 Farming Today, explaining the process of hand-picking Dulse and why we want to s...
Umami: Why chefs love the ‘fifth flavour’

Umami: Why chefs love the ‘fifth flavour’

On the taste scale, it’s best identified as the flavour of extreme savouriness and, as such, can be found in a plethora of different foods, like Parmesan cheese, mushrooms and of course, seaweed.  
Is seaweed good for children?

Is seaweed good for children?

Yes, seaweed is safe for children. Here's why it means healthier meals for your kids - plus how to get them to eat it!

Sustainable Kelp Harvesting - This is How We Do It.

Sustainable Kelp Harvesting - This is How We Do It.

See how we harvest and manage the sustainablity of our kelp and dulse harvesting, to make sure it reaches your plate safely and sustainably.
Our Favourite Seaweed Bread Recipes

Our Favourite Seaweed Bread Recipes

Try our best homemade bread recipes incorporating a variety of Mara's hand-harvested seaweed flakes. 

Our Best Dulse Recipes: Veggie and Vegan

Our Best Dulse Recipes: Veggie and Vegan

Find inspiration with this selection of recipes using the edible seaweed Dulse to enhance meat-free dishes. 

Our Best Dulse Recipes: Meat and Fish

Our Best Dulse Recipes: Meat and Fish

Try some of our favourite meat and fish recipes using hand-harvested Dulse seaweed flakes. 

Slow Food Fundraiser for 10,000 Gardens in Africa Project

Slow Food Fundraiser for 10,000 Gardens in Africa Project

We donated some Dulse to an event Slow Food hosted, to raise awareness for their 10,000 Gardens in Africa project.

What is Dulse Seaweed?

What is Dulse Seaweed?

Harvesting of this popular red seaweed runs from August to October. As the season comes to a close, we look at its lifecycle and recipe ideas.

A Short History of Dulse Seaweed

A Short History of Dulse Seaweed

Dulse has been eaten for centuries in Gaelic communities, and continues to be relevant to modern diets. We explore its chequered past.

How to Cook with Seaweed: Swap Your Spices  

How to Cook with Seaweed: Swap Your Spices  

Use seaweed like common kitchen herbs to get all the health benefits on your plate today.