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    The Seaweed Collector's Handbook

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    AuthorMiek Zwamborn
    LanguageDutch
    ISBN9781788165471
    PublisherProfile Books
    Pages192
    Size136 x 191 x 19 mm
    FormatPaperback
    ImagesIllustrations
    Year published2021

    Seaweed is so familiar and yet its names - pepper dulse, sea lettuce, bladderwrack - are largely unknown to us.

    In this short, exquisitely illustrated portrait, the Dutch poet and artist Miek Zwamborn shares her discoveries of its history, culture and use, from the Neolithic people of the Orkney Islands to sushi artisans in modern Japan. Seaweed troubled Columbus on his voyages across the Atlantic, intrigued von Humboldt in the Sargasso Sea and inspired artists from Hokusai to Matisse. Covering seaweed's collection by Victorians, its adoption into fashion and dance and its potential for combating climate change, and with a fabulous series of recipes based around the 'truffles of the sea', this is a wonderful gift for every nature lover's home.

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    9781788165471
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    9781788165471

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