Rhodymenia palmata (dulse) is an article of food in Ireland and Scotland.
It is dulse and drift coming to the surface when the storm of the day is over.
Among the dark-coloured is Rhodomenia palmata, better known as dulse, a common and edible species.
The seaweeds Rhodymenia palmata (dulse) and Desmarestia are plentiful; also beautiful worms, crustaceans, and starfishes.
So, there being nothing further to be done, I filled my pockets with the dulse that grows there, thin and sweet.
They'll mind it a' their days—the flooers and the dulse for naething, and the grossets and the Gregory's mixture.
Well, dulse is a purple stuffwhen you see a lot of it together, it looks as if a million toy-balloons had burst.
The Indians here have quite a variety in the way of vegetable food in dulse, seaweed, and berries.
Maida contributed some dulse for the hair, slitting it into ribbons, which she stuck on with glue.