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Old 03-17-2018, 09:40 AM   #11
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PF, is the dulse you bought more dry and crunchy, or more pliable? It should be anywhere from dark maroon, to dark green with a red tint, too.

I'm trying to figureout if there are different varieties that are dried differently, more or less dry.
Sorry Bucky, life got in the way.

The dulse is like a moist jerky, reddish green. Love the taste, but will need to use in soup, etc. I also got a jar of dulse granules, easier to use. Like it with capers in my tuna salad.
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Sounds good.

Something I've been meaning to try is using it chopped up in an eggdrop soup.
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Sounds good.

Something I've been meaning to try is using it chopped up in an eggdrop soup.
That sounds great.
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