A reddish-purple seaweed called dulse could be a food of the future. Here it is served in a salad. But fried, it tastes like bacon.

Meet dulse, a seaweed with a secret.

This translucent red alga grows along northern, rocky coastlines of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. And its colorful, leathery fronds hide a remarkable flavor. When tossed with oil and fried in a pan, they taste like bacon.
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