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Curried Lentil Soup with Coconut Milk Recipe | Maine Coast Sea Vegetables

Curried Lentil Soup with Coconut Milk Recipe

Adapting this main course soup to the seasons is easy and always tasty.
You can use fresh tomatoes, summer squash, spinach and eggplant in the summer; canned tomatoes, carrots, yams, or delicata squash in fall and winter.
Spicy Jamaican Beans Recipe | Maine Coast Sea Vegetables

Spicy Jamaican Beans Recipe

When Leslie visited Jamaica, she was treated to beans and rice cooked in coconut milk. Here is a tasty variation of beans cooked with chilies that is wonderful served over millet or rice with a slice of baked sweet butternut squash on the side to balance the spiciness and complete the meal.
Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili with Tomatillos Recipe | Maine Coast Sea Vegetables

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili with Tomatillos Recipe

This sweet and spicy stew is a fun and unusual take on chili. And if you happen to have leftovers, it tastes even better a day or two later.

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Seaweed Spirits: Biofuel and Booze | Maine Coast Sea Vegetables

Seaweed Spirits: Biofuel and Booze

Seaweed’s abundance of carbohydrates makes it a promising candidate for producing plant-based bioethanol for energy.  In theory, those same carbohydrates could be fermented to make an intoxicating spirit for human consumption. 
What Can I Use Instead of Dulse Flakes? 5 Dulse Substitutes | Maine Coast Sea Vegetables

What Can I Use Instead of Dulse Flakes? 5 Dulse Substitutes

Dulse flakes have become an extremely popular product, but it’s also the product that we are most likely to run out of. There are a few reasons for this, but a big one is that demand has surpassed the availability of the resource for a number of years now.
Are Sea Vegetables and Seaweed the Same Thing? | Maine Coast Sea Vegetables

Are Sea Vegetables and Seaweed the Same Thing?

It can be confusing when reading about foods like dulse, Irish moss, or kelp because sometimes they are referred to as seaweed and other times, they are described as sea vegetables. So, which one is correct? Are they sea vegetables or are they seaweeds? Here at Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, we are guilty of using the words interchangeably, possibly adding to the confusion.