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Foraging Seaweed: Harvesting a French Coastal Superfood

Cristelle Maine walks along the rocky beaches of Brittany, France during the low tides to harvest a French coastal superfood: seaweed. In this Foodie video, she forages for fresh algae blades, explaining (in French with English subtitles) the variety available — Royal Kombu, Dulse, Fucus, Sea Spaghetti, Sea Lettuce, and more — before returning home to bake a superfood quiche or tarte aux algues.

Related DIY: Ma quiche aux 3 algues and a seaweed salt cookie recipe.

Related watching: Science on the SPOT’s Preserving the Forest of the Sea.

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