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  • A seaweed that could be the next superfood
  • A seaweed that could be the next superfood
    Oregon State University (2015) ©
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A seaweed that could be the next superfood

A hearty breakfast isn't complete without a few rashers of bacon. But with so much pressure around eating healthily, you'd be forgiven for feeling guilty when eating it. Now, scientists believe they've found the mother of all superfoods; healthy seaweed that tastes like bacon.

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