Truffle Seaweed is a red algae that has become more popular for its taste rather than how it looks. Originally called Grisetangdokke due to its hairy look and the fact that it grows on the rock weed (Grisetang). It grows up to 5cm in length and weighs very little.
A mild truffle taste reminiscent of white truffle, combined with a fresh ocean taste. It has a distinct bitter aftertaste when dried. Perfect as a seasoning when dried and milled, giving your food a distinct truffle taste. Can soak to re-hydrate. Perfect for fish dishes, seafood and oysters. Sprinkle or blend with butter on your potatoes or eggs. Goes well with pasta dishes and white sauces