Also known as dulisk. This is one of the tastiest of all seaweeds which needs little doing to it prior to eating it can simply be eaten as it is. For centuries, children in Ireland have carried in their pockets pieces of dried dulse which are munched away on as children snack on crisps.
Vegetarian bacon? Scientists claim that this protein-packed seaweed powerhouse tastes like bacon when cooked. Try it for yourself!
Dulse has a rich, meaty flavour and is good in long-simmered stews and soups, or mixed with fried potatoes.