Seaweed is a commons, seaweed is a condiment!
Nutritionally it’s considered best to eat a little bit of seaweed everyday for hormones, minerals, thyroid etc. Cherishing the seaweed as a tasty garnish and gi of the sea seems respectful as well as practical, which is why we propose the sprinkle-method. Dr. Suess was known to sprinkle kelp powder to make his “green eggs” we also suggest it on rice, in salad dressing, as a soup garnish, on toast with oil.
-Made in Maine
-Ingredients:Organic Toasted Sesame Seeds, Organic Wild Cutler Coast Nori*, Organic Wild Sea Lettuce*, Organic Wild Sugar Kelp, Organic Wild Dulse, Organic Wild Sweet Bay* (*Smithereen farm grown + harvested)
Situated on a farmstead that was established in about 1820 in Pembroke Maine, Smithereen Farm is now in its 5th growing season under the stewardship of Farmers Severine + Terran. The farm is arranged along the crest of the hill overlooking Cobscook Bay, with plantings ‘ on contour’ in the agro-forestry style with vegetable gardens in between. Orchards of Apples, cherries, plums, persimmon, quince, pears, apricots, chestnuts, various nuts and other small fruits and medicinal herbs are grown and made into their delightful products and sold at local farmers markets. In addition to their productive farm, they offer a vast array of camping sites and host dozens of agritourism events in conjunction with their sister organization The Greenhorns each year.