Whale Tail Posted July 21, 2015 Share Posted July 21, 2015 Why not go for a walk on the beach, grab some of this stuff and dry it and grind it, voila you have the supplement sold in Europe @ $90 p/lb for free. The article says it grows wild on Pacific and Atlantic coast. Most seaweed that is harvested for food or to use in a product is done off the shoreline. The seaweed washed up on beaches tends to be old, dead or not fresh in general. Boiling vegetables can take a lot of the nutrition of them. I can only assume frying it would pretty much make it an expensive lettuce. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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