Sea Spaghetti Nutritional Info

Typical Analysis Of Sea Spaghetti Seaweed – Himanthalia Elongata

Mild and tasty, it can be boiled for a few minutes in water with a few drops of vinegar.

Then strained, chopped, and added to potato salads or green/red veg salads.

  • Protein: 6-11%
  • Fat: 0.5%
  • Carbohydrates: 61%
  • Vitamin C: 13-18 ppm
  • Calcium: 8,910-9,282 ppm
  • Iodine: 185 ppm
  • Iron: 22-40 ppm
  • Magnesium: 5,670-6,944 ppm
  • Manganese: 1-16 ppm
  • Sodium: 3-3.4%
Sea Spaghetti

Rosaria knew that the presence on the island of over 400 floral species typical of three different eras millions of years apart – belonging to alpine, arctic and Mediterranean flora – told a story linked to seaweed. Before the monks made this island an oasis of prayer and meditation in the sixth century the possibility of living here was practically zero: rock and limestone, little soil between one limestone slab and the next, and insufficient possibilities for cultivating a field and raising livestock.

But their love of this place of unquestioned charm was greater than the fatigue of using their own hands to build up the fertile soil that was lacking. The small quantities of soil were extracted from the fissures between the stones and mixed with sand and seaweed.

Rosaria knew that the presence on the island of over 400 floral species typical of three different eras millions of years apart – belonging to alpine, arctic and Mediterranean flora – told a story linked to seaweed. Before the monks made this island an oasis of prayer and meditation in the sixth century the possibility of living here was practically zero: rock and limestone, little soil between one limestone slab and the next, and insufficient possibilities for cultivating a field and raising livestock.

But their love of this place of unquestioned charm was greater than the fatigue of using their own hands to build up the fertile soil that was lacking. The small quantities of soil were extracted from the fissures between the stones and mixed with sand and seaweed.