Cape Sable Island
I have an obsession with water and boats and spend most of the weekends in the summer tucked away on our boat at the lake. I have always loved being near the water and as I child on this tiny island we spent a lot of our time down at the shore behind the house. There was seaweed and moss everywhere and it would get between my toes and it would squish and drive me crazy. I hated seaweed! Now, many years later, I eat seaweed all the time and add it to my cultured vegetables regularly.
“Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened.”Billy Graham
Seaweed is a superfood!
Research suggests that seaweed can also help regulate estrogen and reduce the risk of breast cancer. It is also know to reduce inflammation which can cause a myriad of diseases. Combine seaweed with cultured foods and it’s not just a superfood, it’s a Superfood X 10!
When I come up with recipes to post or put into my book they have to mean something to me. It is the same with everything that I do. When you put your heart into something and love it, the people who read your posts and make your recipes can feel that love that you put into it – and it will taste better. So, as scary as this dip looks, you won’t believe how good and addictive it is. Even the pickiest eaters in my house devoured it, including my youngest daughter, Holli. The first time I made it, I made three batches to keep up with the demand. Seriously good, even if it looks scary! Try it, you will ♥ it, I promise.