By Maureen Milliken / Mainebiz
Edible seaweed is nothing new. Along Ireland's rocky coast, seaweed has been harvested for food for centuries, even, legend has it, brought along as a provision by St. Brendan on his fifth-century voyage to find paradise.
It's a staple of Asian food and no sushi bar is without it.
But Maine edible seaweed? Definitely not the stuff of legends, or even of most dinner tables.