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dulse

 (dŭls)
n.
An edible red seaweed (Palmaria palmata) that grows on rocky shores on both sides of the northern Atlantic Ocean.

[Scottish Gaelic duileasg, from Old Irish duilesc.]

dulse

(dʌls)
n
(Plants) any of several seaweeds, esp Rhodymenia palmata, that occur on rocks and have large red edible fronds
[C17: from Old Irish duilesc seaweed]

dulse

(dʌls)

n.
a coarse edible red seaweed, Rhodymenia palmata.
[1540–50; Scots dial. < Scottish Gaelic duileasg]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dulse - coarse edible red seaweeddulse - coarse edible red seaweed    
red algae - marine algae in which the chlorophyll is masked by a red or purplish pigment; source of agar and carrageenan
genus Rhodymenia, Rhodymenia - type genus of the family Rhodymeniaceae
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Scientists at Oregon State University in the US believe that they might have found the answer: Dulse.
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Diners can expect a mixture of Junoon signature dishes along with locally inspired creations which include: sordid sweetlip fish tadka - curry leaf tadka (spices fried in hot oil, added on top of the fish), grapefruit, crispy dulse and sea urchin; mutton rose bryani - mutton kofta with saffron, mint and rose; and for dessert, chocolate date - milk chocolate parfait, date cake, hibiscus puree, chilli glass and braised dates.
YOUNG ABALONE, LOVAGE, and DULSE IN SEA FOAM with SAVOY CABBAGE CRISPS Serves 4 James Syhabout Commis For the savoy cabbage crisps: 1 savoy cabbage, cored, leaves separated Water, as needed Olive oil, as needed Kosher salt, as needed For the abalone: 4 whole red abalone For the sea foam: 1 small shallot, peeled and sliced 1/2 bunch parsley 1 tablespoon peppercorns 1 cup white wine 2 cups vegetable stock 1/3 cup whole milk 7 ounces unsalted butter 2 ounces sea lettuce Lemon juice, as needed Salt to taste For the garnish: Lovage leaves Fresh dulse seaweed Purslane clusters* * Purslane, Portulaca olearacae, can be found growing wild along garden rows, amidst lawns, and between sidewalk cracks.
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Foragers find seaweeds like dulse, sea spaghetti and the famous Welsh laver, then learn how to incorporate these amazing sea vegetables into everyday meals at home.
DULSE: Reddish-brown dulse tastes like bacon when sauteed
To begin with, my father met my mother at a dulse stand on Grand Manan Island," she says.
The chef 's signature dish of Terry Butterly smoked haddock and dulse mini fishcakes served with herb mayonnaise are a must.