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[phonetically similar to:] doles? / dulls ? / dolls ? [A food that is high in iodine]

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“[Iodined] salt is a great source of iodine, unless you’re getting d… [doles? / dulls? / dolls?] – I love it if people use d… [doles?]. D… is also a great source of electrolytes […]. But a lot of people have a hard time finding d… So I use iodined salt, because you need to get iodine."

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSlj-J8IZxw  at minute 28:44 the above has been said.
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Searching for a food that is high in iodine.
VerfasserKoma_Kulshan (831824) 16 Mai 18, 11:13
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#1Verfasserigm (387309) 16 Mai 18, 11:47
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iodize
(British iodise)

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[WITH OBJECT] usually as adjective iodized
Treat or impregnate with iodine.‘iodized salt’
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OT: iodined salt is incorrect, it should be iodized salt.
#2Verfassercovellite (520987) 16 Mai 18, 12:30
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Maybe a reference to the Dolce Diet?
#3Verfasserdude (253248) 16 Mai 18, 16:57
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#1 dürfte ein Volltreffer sein. Wenn man "dulse" und "iodine" googlet, gibt es zahlreiche Artikel darüber.
#4VerfasserJalapeño (236154) 16 Mai 18, 17:03
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Das heißt "Lappentang" und gibt es auch in Deutschland unter dem Namen "Dulse-Flocken".
#5Verfasserpenguin (236245) 16 Mai 18, 17:13
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Ah, yes, dulse, a seaweed found mainly in Ireland and Scotland, apparently:
Rhodymenia palmata (dulse) is an article of food in Ireland and Scotland. ... They'll mind it a' their days—the flooers and the dulse for naething, and the grossets and the Gregory's mixture.

No wonder I'd never heard of it.
#6Verfasserdude (253248) 16 Mai 18, 17:15
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The speaker did sound American - why should dulse (Palmaria Palmata, according to the link in #5) not be available in the USA? And what does the Dolce Diet have to do with ingesting enough iodine? And why does the fact that you've never heard of it mean it doesn't exist? I hadn't heard of it either, but I searched for it and found it.
#7Verfasserpenguin (236245) 16 Mai 18, 17:17
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"No wonder I'd never heard of it" is not by any means the same as "it doesn't exist," penguin, so please get off my back.

And "Dolce Diet" was merely an attempt to understand what the man said. Do you really have to get personal over a mere suggestion?

And whether or not it's available in the US is neither here nor there. I'm obviously not a "survivalist" and have no interest in any of the foods presented in the video.
#8Verfasserdude (253248) 16 Mai 18, 17:21
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Why can you never accept you've guessed at the wrong meaning? It does make arguing with you over meaning quite difficult.
The speaker says "I have a hard time finding dulse myself". 'Dolce Diet' just does not fit ...
#9Verfasserpenguin (236245) 16 Mai 18, 17:25
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Edit: I hadn't heard of it either, but I searched for it and found it. - So did I, but in my case, it just didn't jump right into my face and grab my nose like it apparently did in your case. So sue me.

I did guess at the wrong meaning. That's pretty obvious isn't it? Do I need to spell it out for you: I W-A-S W-R-O-N-G! I even said in #3: Maybe a reference to the Dolce Diet?

I'm glad you're never wrong. Must be an awesome, empowering feeling.
#10Verfasserdude (253248) 16 Mai 18, 17:27
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#1 dürfte ein Volltreffer sein. Wenn man "dulse" und "iodine" googlet, gibt es zahlreiche Artikel darüber.
So hatte ich es auch gefunden. Ich habe kurz reingehört, war der Meinung, etwas wie "dulce" zu hören, habe "iodine dulce" eingetippt, und der Rest ist Algorithmus. ;-)
#11Verfasserigm (387309) 16 Mai 18, 17:52
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Thanks a lot for all the suggesteions. Sorry that the topic lead into a quarrel.
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DANKE!
#12VerfasserKoma_Kulshan (831824) 16 Mai 18, 23:26
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@ #7 "Palmaria Palmata":
In der binären Nomenklatur wird der Gattungsname groß und der Artname klein geschrieben, also: "Palmaria palmata".
#13VerfasserEmil 14 (299747) 17 Mai 18, 01:45
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#13:
Im Link stand auch "palmata" mit kleinem 'p', das habe ich nur im Eifer des Gefechts falsch abgetippt, tut mir leid.
#14Verfasserpenguin (236245) 17 Mai 18, 08:21
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