Featuring: Sustainable, fun to cook, and a unique ingredient: Seaweed is not just a feature in the Asian kitchen but a versatile “vegetable” with many different qualities. On the Swedish island, Nordkoster, you can learn to collect and cook seaweed by participating in a seaweed course.We explore: On this seaweed course, you learn how to pick, cook and eat seaweed, straight from the coasts of the island. The island itself is a place to see! Surrounded by clear waters and framed by softly formed rocks, Nordkoster’s inland is a blend of deciduous forests, flower beds, pine trees and lots of wild clover. A true Swedish summer dream with seaweed as the ‘something extra’.
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