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Bladderwrack

€3,39

  • From Brittany
  • Dried
  • As tea, in dishes or in the bath tub
  • Bladderwrack of pharmaceutical quality

    This dried bladderwrack is pure and completely free of additives. It is a seaweed of pharmaceutical quality. This means it contains a minimum amount of active compounds. Bladderwrack tastes a bit like fresh oysters.

    High nutritional value

    Besides natural iodine, bladderwrack contains vitamins and minerals, such as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium and zinc. Almost no fats are present in this seaweed.

    As a tea

    For every liter of water, use 20g of bladderwrack. Or 3 teaspoons a cup. Pour hot water on top of the seaweed and let it rest for about half an hour.

    In dishes

    Use bladderwrack to substitute salt or broth in soups and with vegetables. If desired, add some additional soy sauce as well. You do not have to boil or cook the bladderwrack before adding it to dishes.

    Ingredients

    Dried bladderwrack. All-natural and without additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

    Also known as

    • Fucus vesiculosus
  • Nutritional values per 100g
    Energy (kJ/kcal)1255/300
    Fats0g
    - of which saturated fats0g
    Carbohydrates53g
    - of which sugars23g
    Fibers30g
    Proteins10g
    Salt7g

Bladderwrack

200 gr / 1

€3,39

  • Bladderwrack of pharmaceutical quality

    This dried bladderwrack is pure and completely free of additives. It is a seaweed of pharmaceutical quality. This means it contains a minimum amount of active compounds. Bladderwrack tastes a bit like fresh oysters.

    High nutritional value

    Besides natural iodine, bladderwrack contains vitamins and minerals, such as calcium, potassium, iron, magnesium and zinc. Almost no fats are present in this seaweed.

    As a tea

    For every liter of water, use 20g of bladderwrack. Or 3 teaspoons a cup. Pour hot water on top of the seaweed and let it rest for about half an hour.

    In dishes

    Use bladderwrack to substitute salt or broth in soups and with vegetables. If desired, add some additional soy sauce as well. You do not have to boil or cook the bladderwrack before adding it to dishes.

    Ingredients

    Dried bladderwrack. All-natural and without additives.

    Allergens

    This product contains no allergens.

    This product is packaged and/or stored in a facility that also processes products containing nuts, peanuts, mustard, celery, gluten, sesame, soy and sulphite. Despite all precautions, this product may contain traces of these allergens.

    Also known as

    • Fucus vesiculosus
  • Nutritional values per 100g
    Energy (kJ/kcal)1255/300
    Fats0g
    - of which saturated fats0g
    Carbohydrates53g
    - of which sugars23g
    Fibers30g
    Proteins10g
    Salt7g