Author: Vdelta driedsea

Sea Grape Salad – Fijian Nama Salad Recipe

There is nothing like escaping to the Fiji Islands in the middle of a New Zealand winter when it is wet and muddy and the dampness gets to your bones. When escaping to the Islands during winter, not only will one find sunshine and friendly faces but also a pace of life that is conducive to […]

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Sea Grapes, why are they called Green Caviar ?

Sea Grapes, scientifically called Caulerpa, are a genus of seaweeds in the green algae group. Their name no doubt comes from their physical resemblence to beautiful bunches of little grapes.  There are many varieties but two are popular as food. Their colours range from bright green to bluish and olive green. Sea grapes grow in the […]

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Vietnam: Tuna exports likely to hit $500m in 2018

Vietnam’s tuna export revenue is likely to reach the target of US$500 million in 2018 after hitting $351 million in the first seven months of this year, while growth has been seen in the majority of markets. Tuna fishing According to the Vietnam Association of Seafood Exporters and Producers (VASEP), in July, earnings from tuna […]

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Health Benefits of 12 Sea Vegetables – Ocean of Nutrients

Varieties of sea vegetables: Benefits of Agar Agar: (Gelidium corneum) Taste: Salty and Sweet Effect: Cooling Agar Agar also known as Kanten in Japan, is wonderful for creating delicious sugar-free desserts. It comes in powder, flakes, bars and long string (almost like noodles). It is a vegetarian alternative to gelatin. It can be used to firm […]

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THE BEST THINGS ABOUT SEA LETTUCE (GREEN LAVER, ULVA LACTUCA)

Sea Lettuce is an edible green seaweed / algae that’s found worldwide and is also known as Green Laver, Ulva or Ulva lactuca, lactuca being Latin for “lettuce”. Sea lettuce – Ulva lactuca has a thin and flat leafy-like appearance with ruffle edges. Being only 2 cell layers thick it is translucent but surprisingly strong. The […]

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FISH SKIN-THE BEST MATERIAL FOR EXTRACTING FISH COLLAGEN

What is collagen? Collagen is the primary structural protein of the body, playing a vital role in the formation and maintenance of our bones, tendons, ligaments, hair, nails, and skin. All proteins are constructed from amino acid building blocks, the precise sequence of which dictates the structure and function of the protein. Collagen is unique […]

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Seaweed powder in Viet Nam

1. PURE ULVA LACTUCA/GREEN SEAWEED POWDER To be used as Great Feed for Oyster, Sheep, Cow, Horse… and Fertilizer Color: Dark Green Size: Fine powder or 2-3mm Protein: 13% min Moisture: 10% max Impurity: 3% max Ash: 20% max Soil, Rock, Sand, Salt, Shells: No detected Packing: PP Bag of 25 or 50kgs, 16-17MTS/20’Feet, 25-26MTS/40’Feet or Jumbo Bag […]

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DESICCATED COCONUT POWDER HIGH QUALITY

Desiccated coconut is made by scraping the copra, cleaning and drying. This is a very good vegetable fat for humans. THE MAIN BENEFITS OF DESICCATED COCONUT Desiccated coconuts provide the minerals you need to keep your connective tissue – a group of tissues including skin, ligaments, ligaments, bones and teeth – strong. The connective tissue […]

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Seaweed is an Everyday Miracle

Seaweed is an everyday miracle. The benefits of including seaweed’s optimum nourishment into your daily diet are extensive: increased longevity, enhanced immune functioning, revitalization of the cardiovascular, endocrine, digestive, and nervous systems, and relief from minor aches and pains. No wonder seaweed has been part of the traditional diet of all coastal cultures, including the […]

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Diverse interests of CHITOSAN

Natural biocontrol and elicito.  In agriculture, chitosan is typically used as a natural seed treatment and plant growth enhancer, and as an ecologically friendly biopesticide substance that boosts the innate ability of plants to defend themselves against fungal infections. The natural biocontrol active ingredients, chitin/chitosan, are found in the shells of crustaceans, such as lobsters, […]

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