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would the powder be the same as what's in the capsules that you'd use for supplements?  i'm making the meatloaf from the CR book and it calls for 2 T kelp powder. I have some kelp supps - in 1 capsule it contains:
390 mg. iron
400 mg. iodine
20 mg. sodium
660 mg. kelp




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sure, use them! )
it will be a nutritious meatloaf!!


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would i use the whole 2 T it calls for? i don't know if they're the same thing or if one is more potent than the other.



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I believe you can use it that way, it wouldn t change anything.........like you would any type of spice, you can add it, or not, it s up to you.


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okay, here goes nothin'...................... but I only used 1 T or less, just in case. thanks!



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Pat,

Interesting substitution idea...please let us know how your meatloaf turned out using the kelp supplement.

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well, as far as the kelp goes, it turned out fine. DH just didnt like the meat choice for his meatloaf. that's okay tho, he's making a BIG change in his diet and I give him big kudos for even trying. HE has had to make more major changes than did I.  So on w/ the experimenting.



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I want to make that recipe too. I got some Atlantic Kelp powder at the health food store, but it says DO NOT USE more than 1/16th of a teaspoon per day, and the recipe calls for 2 Tbsp, and only serves 4! Should I look for a different type of kelp powder?
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