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Sea Herbs – Grass Kelp

By The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company

Wild and hand harvested, this is pure dried grass kelp seaweed flakes. Use them like a herb to season your cooking and finish your dishes.

£3.50


Ships From: United Kingdom (UK)

Sold By : The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company

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Grass kelp is bold in colour and packed full of punch in terms of flavour, making it a firm favourite with the chefs we supply around the world. The fine flakes are fantastic in something like a cous cous salad or paired with prawns and avacado. Our seaweed is picked, washed, dried and simply blended into small flakes. We don’t use any flavourings or anything extra so that you can experience the natural taste and use it to enhance your cooking.

Allergens: Cannot guarantee mollusc and crustacean free.

“Starting life on the street food scene back in 2010, this little seaside company soon started making waves and proved to be a huge success. Founder, Jonathan, has taken inspiration from his love for Pembrokeshire and the sea to create a range of amazing products. We love Jonathan’s creativity and passion here at Discover Delicious, and his products have changed the way we cook. To discover more about the inspiration behind The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Co, take a look at our Q&A with founder, Jonathan . “

Originally, The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company was a street food outlet, touring the country serving up seafood with a twist. Now with just one outlet situated at Freshwater West through the summer, we have tuned our efforts towards making food products from wild harvested seaweed from the Pembrokeshire coast.

Shipping from : United Kingdom (UK)
Within United Kingdom (UK) £2.90

Shipping policy

At The Pembrokeshire Beach Food Company our orders are sent via Royal Mail and should arrive with you in 2-3 working days from the date that you order them. **CHRISTMAS DELIVERY| Please note that in order to guarantee Christmas delivery, we'll need your orders in by midday on Tuesday the 18th of December.**