Lofoten | Pick Your Own Seaweed – A Foragers Guide

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Ever wanted to forage your own seaweed? We’ve poured our collective knowledge into this handy foraging guide, so you can have all the information you need to start your own seaweed journey! This 21 page foraging guide is bursting with information on various different types of seaweed, tips on drying your own seaweed, and even a few recipes thrown in. It also features beautiful custom seaweed artwork, and a few of our favourite professional photographs that we’ve curated over the last 6 years. This booklet is for anyone who loves to forage, anyone who lives by the coast, people who already love seaweed and people who want a new hobby. Makes a great gift!

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About the shop: Lofoten Seaweed

Established in 2016, Lofoten Seaweed is built on the heritage of two different cultures – Northern Norway meets Japan.

Angelita, a daughter of a fisherman, grew up cutting cod tongues, and baiting long lines for her father in the fishing village Napp. Living off the ocean was a lifestyle for her coastal fishing family and became the foundation of her commitment to the ocean and curiosity for seaweed as the food of the future.

Best friend and co-founder, Tamara, grew up in New Zealand where her Japanese mother served seaweed for almost every meal. She has brought her love of an algae-based diet and Japanese food traditions with her to Norway. She is a foodie, loves cooking and tasting great flavours! This knowledge and experience is the foundation for Lofoten Seaweed´s quality assurance and product development.

From each of their islands, with very different upbringings, it was common interests for health and exercise that brought Tamara and Angelita together during their master’s studies in Physical Therapy in Australia in 2006. Today, the friendship has expanded to business partners and entrepreneurs.

Their strong common interest in food, sea and health combined with a small amount of madness are the basis for their commitment to Lofoten Seaweed and to introduce seaweed into the Nordic kitchen.

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Looking to expand your culinary horizons and try your hand at foraging for your own edible seaweed? Look no further than “Pick Your Own Seaweed – A Foragers Guide,” a comprehensive booklet from Lofoten Seaweed that will teach you everything you need to know about harvesting your own seaweed safely and sustainably.

Written by experts in the field, this guide is filled with valuable information on how to identify different types of seaweed, when and where to harvest them, and how to prepare them for cooking. With clear, easy-to-follow instructions and detailed illustrations, even beginners can learn the basics of seaweed foraging in no time.

But this guide is more than just a practical how-to. It’s also a celebration of the unique and delicious flavours of seaweed, and a tribute to the beauty and diversity of our oceans. From the umami richness of wakame to the briny bite of dulse, seaweed is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that has been enjoyed by coastal cultures for centuries.

So whether you’re a seasoned forager or just starting out, “Pick Your Own Seaweed – A Forager’s Guide” is an essential resource for anyone interested in exploring the world of edible seaweed. With this guide in hand, you’ll be able to harvest your own seaweed with confidence and enjoy the full bounty of the sea.

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