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Seaweed farmers in hot water as Zanzibar struggles
Waist deep in sparkling blue water off the white beaches of the Indian Ocean spice island of Zanzibar, seaweed farmer Mtumwa Vuai Ameir gently ties seedlings to wood poles. Seaweed farmed on the Tanzanian archipelago is one of Zanzibar's key exports ...
Beer-cured salmon with cucumber and seaweed salad
For the cucumber salad, put the oils and wine vinegar into a pan with the shallot, seaweed and a pinch of salt. Bring to a simmer over a medium heat and let bubble for two minutes, then remove from the heat. Meanwhile, peel and thinly slice the cucumber.
'Seaweed beads' could replace the contraceptive pill
Artificial eggs made from seaweed could be used as a new contraceptive for women. Scientists are in the process of developing the beads, made from a sugary substance extracted from seaweed, that can trap sperm and prevent pregnancy. The tiny, sticky ...
Putting Seaweed Beads in Your Womb Will Trick Sperm into Not Impregnating You
According to the Telegraph, these sticky little beads are derived from seaweed, and they're terribly small; nearly eight million of them can fit easily inside a woman's womb. They're coated in a protein called ZP2, which sperm recognizes and binds to.
The bleak future of Zanzibar's seaweed industry
Immersed in the sapphire water of the Indian ocean, are seaweeds. This ocean is the life blood of the Zanzibar community. Seaweed, a key export in the semi-autonomous island is under threat.

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