Seaweed, Aisle 4: Why This Bacon-Flavored Superfood Could Be the Next Kale

If your seaweed consumption is limited to the miso soup and seaweed salad from the corner takeout sushi joint, you need to meet dulse. Researchers are betting you’ll soon be downing this seaweed with an enthusiasm normally reserved for bacon because, well, it tastes like bacon.

“Fresh, raw dulse has a nice minerality and tastes very much like the ocean,” says Jason Ball, a research chef who works extensively with dulse at Oregon State University’s Food Innovation Center in...

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