Win seaweed ‘bacon’ and seaweed pasta!

A great option for a Meat Free Monday, we have five sets of ‘I Sea Pasta’ and ‘I Sea Bacon’ to give away!

Image of Seamore products and two dishes - burger and pasta which use them

Seamore’s founder mistook seaweed for pasta, loved the experience and decided to fool the rest of the world with ‘I Sea Pasta’. I Sea Pasta looks like tagliatelle but is 100% wild, handpicked ‘himanthalia elongata’ seaweed from Connemara, Ireland. Inspired, he searched and found another great seaweed, in Brittany, France, and ‘I Sea Bacon’ was launched.

I Sea Bacon is a natural, unprocessed seaweed – ‘dulse’ – that turns into (green) bacon when fried. It can be added to anything that needs a crunchy, salty, smoky kick. The soft leaves can also be used as a flavour enhancer in salads, pastas and other dishes.

Rich in protein, fibre and vitamins, seaweed promotes good circulation in the body as well as helping to regulate blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol. Used in Japanese cuisine since prehistoric times – ‘nori’ for sushi, ‘wakame’ for miso soup, ‘kombu/kelp’ for dashi (cooking stock) and ‘hijiki’ for salads – seaweed is growing in popularity in the West due to its versatility, appealing umami flavour and low carbon footprint.

And with one of the food trends predicted for 2017 being seaweed, it’s likely that more and more of us will be turning to this healthy, sustainable superfood!

For your chance to win a set of I Sea bacon and I Sea Pasta, simply complete the form below. The prize draw closes at midnight (GMT) on Friday 31 March.  Please note, prizes can only be posted to addresses within the UK and countries in the European Economic Community.

For more information about the products or to find out about a special deal offered by Seamore for UK MFM supporters (1 x I Sea Pasta and 1 x I Sea Bacon for £11, including shipping), visit seamorefood.com/meatfreemonday.

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– You are entering a competition to win one of five sets of Seamore I Sea Pasta and I Sea Bacon.

– These prizes cannot be exchanged for any other prizes or cash.

– Only one entry per person permitted.

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– The prize draw closes at midnight (GMT) on Friday 31 March, 2017.

– Five winners will be chosen from a random draw of entries received, to be performed by a random computer process. Each winner will receive one packet of I Sea Pasta and one packet of I Sea Bacon.

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– Each prize will be posted to the chosen winners by Seamore using a standard untracked service to the postage address inserted above.

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