Pepper dulse

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Pep´per dulse`

1.(Bot.) A variety of edible seaweed (Laurencia pinnatifida) distinguished for its pungency.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Chunks of fennel lurked beneath the tangy lactic coating and the fish was decorated with the cutest fragments of pepper dulse. As well as making it visually delightful, these added a pleasing saltwater chew to the fish.
Between plunging our hands into the cool troughs of the rock pools, liberating luminous green clumps of salty, crunchy sea-blight, and tasting the rubbery blades of pepper dulse, the 'truffle of the sea' (it really does have that pungent truffle flavour), Kazz shares his rules and wisdom.
Its range includes: Welshman's ' Caviar; Welsh Sea Black Butter; Pepper Dulse Butter; Laverbread Pesto; Potted Pembrokeshire Crab and Potted Pembrokeshire Lobster.