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5.0 out of 5 stars Eat seaweed...., 3 Oct 2013
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YES.... Chefs and cooks. Divers, snorkeler, rock pool explorers. If your interested in any way, in combination with "Seaweeds of Britain and Ireland" is the best reference on seaweed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars a must for those interested in seaweed or wanting to be..., 24 July 2013
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i preordered this book and am surprised no one has written a review so here it goes... it is exceptional and a cultural history of seaweeds and their use throughout the world through time... i am reading it from the beginning and with my busy life, i rarely read an entire book, but this book is an exception...this isnt going to tell you how to go out and collect directly, but will give you an insight into possibilities and things to look for in your area if you are able to collect locally...
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5.0 out of 5 stars amazing account, 21 May 2014
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I wasn't expecting anything particularly remarkable from this order and... how wrong was I. The author has clearly put an enormous amount of work and research into this very comprehensive book. It is a goldmine of original information, most of it either fascinating or useful on all accounts: historic, gastronomic, scientific, so everyone should find something good from at least part of it. I haven't tried the recipes yet, which comprise both simple and fancy ones, but they are appealing, although it would have been nice to have an illustration for all of them. Talking illustrations, the vast majority is of very high quality. Be aware that the book does not cover seaweed identification though. A must have along with an ID book then.
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