Alaskan Kelp Pickles
These scrumptious bread ~n~ butter pickles are made from bull kelp that we harvest from the cold Pacific Ocean between June and September. They are a Southeast Alaska taste adventure. Made from Bull Kelp (Nereocystis luetkeana), a seaweed of the Pacific Northwest coast. They are really good for you! This is one of the largest seaweeds known. It is high in potasium, iodine, and bromine, and also contains sugar, starch (algin), sulfur, phosphorus, chloride, iron, silicon, and trace elements. WARNING: Some people eat the whole jar in one sitting. 6.75 ounces each.