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Old 04-25-2003
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dose any one have any sugestions on which sea weades you can eat and how to fix them. I know last year I was on a 3 month cruise and was asking peaple about eating musals. No one had ever tryid them then when I did thay were grate.
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A friend of mine introduced me to "dolts" when we were still in high school. He loved them, they made me puke! They were dried seaweed. They looked like and ate like beef jerky. One bit off a plug of the stuff and chawed on it like chewing tobacco. I have no idea as to the origin of the stuff but I don''t think it was domestic.

Now, with that said, I''m off to the head in remembrance!
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It''s called dulce. Harvested in New Brunswick and sold in little packets. My grandfather used to love the stuff. Salty, o.k., I guess, but I don''t go out of my way to find it.
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Ahoy, Rinse with fresh water ,Lay the seaweed out and roll it flat with a rolling pin squeezing out most of the water,salt then lay flat to dry in the sun then cut into squares. I use them to wrap fish and rice or just about anything like a Taco shell. Aquired taste but a sure solution on a long voyage in place of bread or crackers. Pirate of Pine Island.
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Ya ya, but how do you get it lit?
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