Clean Eating

9 Ways to Eat More Sustainably

1/ Edible Sea Greens.

Will kelp be the next kale? Edible sea greens (an umbrella term for different varieties of algae such as kelp and dulse) are earning top marks for sustainability. Not only are they versatile in the kitchen and nutrient-rich, but they also help preserve marine-based economies while bypassing traditional fossilfuel inputs like fertilizers, feed and fresh water needed for a variety of other foods. (TIP: For the highest quality control, look for North Atlantic–grown organic options.)

MAINE COAST SEA VEGETABLES () offers a wide variety of sea vegetables from kelp granules (a natural alternative to salt) to dried dulse and untoasted sushi nori sheets to get you started.

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