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Tag Archives: Seaweed
Carrageen Seaweed Pudding
Carrageen seaweed pudding with raspberries. Following on from the previous post on seaweed eating in Aberdeen this is another quote from a later passage in the same article of the 8th November 1856 edition of Household Words. “The common plants which … Continue reading
Forgotten foods: Seaweed eating in Aberdeen
The Dulse Gatherers by W. H Bartlett Seaweeds have been used as a source of nourishment for millennia by coastal peoples around the world. The culinary uses of seaweed as best known in Britain now from cuisines of the East … Continue reading