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We are pleased to confirm that all Atlantic Irish Seaweed staff have completed hygiene and safety control training. 

Graze the Wild Atlantic Way

Seaweed Discovery Workshops

Join one of our courses and find out all about seaweed whilst enjoying a great walk on beautiful Kerry beaches.

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This is Sargassum seaweed (aka Pipweed) it’s very tasty raw and can be fried or steamed. It’s an invasive plant that floats in island-like masses that never attaches to the seafloor. In 2014 reportedly a dolphin whistle was computer translated for the first time and it said
Sargassum!
Seaweed Discovery Workshop Sunday 10th May 10am 2022. Call to book 086 1062120

Kelp Cutlery

Introducing our Kelp cutlery. The handles are made from the stalks of this mighty seaweed. Which the storms cast up from the kelp forests, off the Skellig Coast.

National Geographic Traveller logo Seaweeds were eaten by monks on the Skelligs, John tells me. “There’s so much good stuff in them, they make kale and blueberries look like kebabs and chips.”

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I’ll get by with a little kelp from my friends

The Irish Times enjoyed one of our seaweed workshops: There can be few more pleasurable ways to acquire a spot of Latin than wading through cool, clear Atlantic waves off a southwest Kerry beach. In checked shirt, shorts and neoprene bootees, our teacher has all the...
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