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Dried Sugar Kelp Seaweed (SEA HERBS KELP)

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FREE for orders £30 and over - 3-5 working days.
£4.95 for orders under £30 - 3-5 working days.
£6.96 Express delivery - 1-2 working days. Order before 12pm.

Sugar kelp seaweed hand harvested from the UK coast. Also known wild Atlantic kombu, Sea belt, Sweet kombu, Sugar tang and Poor man’s weatherglass and Devil’s apron (Laminaria saccharina). Part of our “Sea Herb” range and our way of introducing you to cooking with seaweed.

20g sachet.

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Calcium
Iron
Iodine
Magnesium
Potassium

Ingredients: Sugar Kelp seaweed.

Allergens: Cannot guarantee crustacean and mollusc free.

Storage: This product is supplied ambient. Store in a cool dry place and best to use within a year. Shelf Life - up to 24 months.


What is it?

Sugar Kelp is sustainably harvested from UK shores and then washed several times to remove all the sand, molluscs, and any crustaceans. It is then slowly dried over 6 hours and then the last hour toasted to maximise the flavour. Sugar Kelp is then blended and sealed into the pouch to preserve the flavour.


What does it taste like?

Sugar kelp provides a subtle umami sweet nutty flavour to your cooking. A similar species is highly prized in Japan which is used to make Dashi (stock) and a foundation of Japanese cooking.


Nutritional Information

Sugar kelp is rich in iodine which is a trace mineral which is vital for the operation of the thyroid gland which plays an important role in body development and metabolism. Sugar kelp also contains high levels of calcium, iron, magnesium and potassium which is essential for your bone health and strength and can help lower your blood pressure and health of your thyroid gland. Also, a good source of Vitamin K which helps the body repair itself especially good for helping wounds heal.


How to use it?

For first time uses I would recommend using it in soups and broths, one of my favourite recipes is adding it to miso soups, which is a clear soup made with lots of ginger, garlic, chilli, spring onions, vegetables, fish, or meat of choice with a dash of fish sauce and soy sauce for good measure.

It also pairs really well with mushrooms, a mushroom risotto with a tsp of sugar kelp would work wonders. And it brings depth of flavour to meat dishes such as bolognaise, lasagnes and slow cooked lamb stew.

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Shipping Charges

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We generally use Royal Mail and DHL/UK Mail couriers to deliver our products but it may be necessary at times to use other companies/methods of delivery.

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Our Frozen products (Butters, Pesto and Laverbread) are shipped in protective wool cool packaging so that they arrive with you chilled and are  "ready to use" . Please ensure that they are kept refrigerated and used within 10 days of opening/receipt. If ordering frozen products, please ensure you are able to receive their delivery as we may not be able to assist with the replacement of goods that have been subject to a failed delivery that is not due to an issue relating to PBFC or our courier/postal service. 

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We can offer an express delivery service which will either be delivered by Royal Mail or Courier within 1- 2 working days. Please select the relevant option at checkout. Please note that it is not always possible to dispatch Frozen products on a Friday using our express delivery service - due to the logistics of products needing to arrive with you chilled, as it is likely they will not arrive until the Monday, given weekend posting/collections. Please note the cut off time each day for booking an express delivery for arrival within 1 -2 working days is 12 pm each day. Orders placed on Fridays or over the weekend may be delivered on either the Monday or the Tuesday of the following week. (Please refer to previous notes regarding Frozen goods and Friday ordering).

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