This wild seaweed is hand-picked by careful foragers in the coast of British Columbia, Canada by northern Vancouver Island or north of Haida Gwaii and slow-dried away from UV light within 24 hours (at a low enough temperature to still be considered a raw food). Macro kelp has a ribbed structure, giving it more bite and texture than the delicious bull kelp also harvested, although they are both fast-growing seaweeds (almost a foot a day in the summer!) in the brown kelp family. Rich in iodine, fiber, potassium and tons of other nutrients!
Producer: Wild Origins in British Columbia, Canada
Size: 20g, 11x5x5cm
Ingredients: Wild Macro Kelp
Instructions: Use it whole, tear or cut into pieces, power it, or flake it. You can rehydrate it in hot water then chop it into large pieces, or puree it, or use whole or half leaves as a wrapper or roll.