Laverbread, also known as bara lawnr in Welsh, is a fine seaweed harvested from the coast of south Wales (my home). You can purchase it fresh from markets all over south wales. Although known as the Welshman’s caviar, it looks like a thick black pulp, so it’s not the most appealing looking food on first sight, but don’t let first impressions deceive you. Prepared right, and it will be your new staple for an indulgent cooked breakfast.
Like many seaweeds laver bread is a rare form of plant based Vitamin B12 AND Vitamin D, something living on the rainy coast of Wales we get in inconsistent supply of.
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