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Seaweed that tastes like bacon?

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Oregon State University created something of a sensation back in 2015 when researchers announced they discovered and patented "seaweed that tastes like bacon." Since then, the hard work of commercialization continues, but guilt-free bacon from the sea remains elusive.

The common name for this red seaweed (Palmaria mollis) is dulse. Initial production is focusing on fresh seaweed sales to gourmet restaurants. Chefs typically use the reddish-brown dulse as an ingredient to add briny pizzaz to a dish.

https://www.nwnewsnetwork.org/post/whatever-happened-sensational-seaweed-supposedly-tastes-bacon

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By Lynn Wood

12 September 2020

 
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