Aran Islands Seaweed Potato Bread

Seaweed potato bread from the Aran Islands

Traditional Irish recipe : How to make potato & seaweed bread on Inishmore Aran Islands Galway

Irish moss is a natural source of various nutrients and polysaccharides, useful as a thickening agent. There is a big difference between "food grade" carrageenan and whole Chondrus crispus seaweed.

Irish moss is not actually a "moss" but a type of seaweed that has been used for centuries in Ireland (hence the name) as a healing sea vegetable used in soup broths to fortify and strengthen malnouri

Socca with gremolata and whipped Feta

Socca with gremolata and whipped Feta

Weight Loss Meditation: Lose Weight Guided Visualization, Self Improvement Meditation, Relaxation by Jason Stephenson on YouTube

Home made Mosquito repellant using lemon eucalyptus oil, vanilla and rubbing alcohol/witch hazel or vodka

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Gouda cheese made in Ireland

A Taste of Ireland Episode Dutch Cheese maker making Gouda style cheese in Ireland

Chef Bryan McCarthy of Greenes Restaurant

Top places to eat in Cork Ireland Greenes Restaurant, Irish food seaweed recipes

black pudding en croute 4

How to make an en croute at home with top superfood – the unlikely black pudding! Click through for our chicken en croute recipe

Irish Cultural Artifacts - From aran sweaters to claddagh rings, many of the patterns and designs used in traditional Irish clothing and jewelry have hidden symbolism and can be traced to intriguing Irish stories and legends. Image Credit:  http://www.murphyofireland.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Murphy-of-Ireland-Infographic.jpg

Irish Cultural Artifacts - From aran sweaters to claddagh rings, many of the patterns and designs used in traditional Irish clothing and jewelry have hidden symbolism and can be traced to intriguing Irish stories and legends.

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