If I don’t try it, I don’t believe it. An seaweed that tastes like a barnacle, come on! This seaweed that grows up in the rocks with galician nationality but with English green color, some call them “barnacle seaweed”, although we like to call it “ramallo de mar” (sea branch). A tender and velvety branch that surprises you with its flavor. Don’t be afraid, you can try it raw. If you don’t try it, you don’t believe it.
But it not only shines for its flavor, codium seaweed does not contain sugars, is a source of protein, is rich in fiber and minerals such as iodine or magnesium, and is a rock like barnacle.