Dulse Granules Shaker

1.5 oz shaker

Retail Price: $4.45

Our Price: $3.25 (Save 27%)

1.5 oz shaker

Why You’ll Love It

Low sodium Dulse Granules are presented in a sprinkle-on Sea Seasonings 1.5 oz shaker, creating a convenient way to get your sea veggies in the kitchen, at the table, or on the road. Sprinkle on soups, salads, tofu, pasta, stir-fries, dressings, dips, sauces, breads, tabouli, and get the nutritional benefits of sea veggies and skip the table salt. An especially rich source of iron, potassium, iodine, Vitamin B-6, Riboflavin, and dietary fiber, Dulse provides a complete array of minerals, trace elements, enzymes, and phytochemicals, as well as some high quality vegetable protein. Dulse Granules provide the same outstanding nutrition and good taste as our whole leaf dulse, and at less cost per ounce. They are made from selected Dulse which grows in well-protected coastal passages, is easier to harvest and gives higher yields. The dulse is sustainably harvested, low temperature dried, Certified Organic by OCIA and a Raw Food. We also voluntarily test for heavy metals, herbicides,...
SKU: 034529123728

About This Brand

Offering eight organically certified North Atlantic sea vegetable varieties.Our company was born in 1971 over a pot of seaweed miso soup in the kitchen of Linnette and Shep Erhart overlooking Hog Bay in Franklin. They had just harvested and cooked their first alaria fronds and found the soup delicious! News of the discovery spread to friends... and they told their friends…From two people producing 200 pounds in 1971, there are now about 40 of us handling around 100,000 pounds of sea vegetables annually. Another 18 year-round crew sort, pack, and market our sea veggies at our plant in Franklin, Maine.We offer eight organically certified North Atlantic varieties: alaria, dulse, kelp, laver, sea lettuce, irish moss, rockweed and bladderwrack. They are harvested directly from their beds at low tides, dried at low temperatures by sun, wood or forced hot air, (some are milled) and then packaged. We also import well-tested Organic Nori sheets from China.Mission StatementOur mission is...
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Dulse granules

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Calories 5

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 0g
Sodium 35mg
Total Carbohydrate <1g
Dietary Fiber <1g
Protein 0g

Vitamin A 13 IU
Calcium 10mg
Iron 1mg

Reviews For Dulse Granules Shaker

Based on 12 Reviews


love it :)

- dorothy

Dulse YUM!!

I bought these dor a health protocol that I am trying. I love them!! They are delicious with almost any food and tasty by themselves.

- Jeanna

dulse granules

I really like this product. I canseason my food and get a nutritional benefit at the same time... it tastes great... not too fishy , just yummy.

- pj

Interesting flavor!

I primarily purchased this due to it being a source of iodine and typically use it to provide a different flavor profile to Asian vegan dishes I cook. A little goes a long way as the flavor is powerful. I really like it!!

- Sparkle

Wish I bought this sooner

It's been great as a salt substitute and to add extra iron into my died. Used it in chicken salad with some Italian seasoning and it was fantastic, no salt needed.

- Katie

Strong seaweed taste

I wanted to love the dulse granules, but I find them very strong. I read the reviews and saw many people describe the taste close to salt. I don't taste saltiness, just seaweed. I wouldn't recommend this for people who aren't seafood lovers; the taste is off putting if you don't like seafood.

- Caitlin

Love this stuff!

This dulse is delicious! Personally, I enjoy it generously sprinkled on top of an organic brown rice cake covered with mashed avocado! Try it and you will be hooked! :)

- Melissa


These granules are incredible. I love them on just about everything and they are just as great in gravy's and sauces. I love that I'm not showering my food in sodium either-I feel a lot better about using it on my food.

- P.D.92

High Quality and Great Taste

This is the highest quality Dulse Granules shaker I've ever used. It gives all the flavor of salt without the added sodium. It is amazing on any form of meat and in pasta. I really enjoy it!

- BarnabyQ19

I love seaweed.

So it really shouldn't be any surprise I love seaweed as a seasoning, either. It's delicious, the dulse is a fun purple color, and it's a great way to get extra nutrition as well as flavor into a meal.

- Brandi


My salt intake has been restricted for more than a year now and I miss, miss, miss it! I was very skeptical about trying this because I've tried salt substitutes and found them to be very gross. This stuff is absolutely wonderful on everything from eggs to salads to meats. If it wasn't for Thrive Market I never even would have heard of it, let alone be able to find it. The Dulse satisfies my salt cravings and is much healthier than salt. Lots of Iodine which is very important and such a great taste.

- Jeanne

saved my stomach!

I eat a dash of this seaweed on my meals three times a day and it works as a wonderfully, inexpensive probiotic. I suggest this product to any one with tummy issues. They key is to use it regularly.

- R. McBride-Shaw

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