Hailing from the British Isles, dulse is an edible, coarse-textured, red seaweed with a pungent, briny flavor. When dried, dulse remains supple though rubbery, which may be why some stalwart Irish use it like chewing tobacco. Dulse is primarily used in soups and condiments.



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