There are seven edible seaweed kinds that I know of, what you can eat:
Dulse (Rhodymenia palmata)
Green seaweed (Ulva lactuca)
Irish moss (Chondrus crispus)
Kelp (Alaria esculenta)
Laver (Porphyra species)
Mojaban (Sargassum fulvellum)
Sugar wrack (Laminaria saccharina)
There are at least 24 different varieties of edible seaweed. The seven listed above are more common especially in Japan, but there are likely even more than 24. The list is located in the link below.
There are plenty of edible seaweed: Nori, Dulse, Hijiki, Sea Lettuce, Kelp, Arame, Kombu, Wakame. If you’ve never tried any seaweed the easiest to try is nori, which is normally eaten with sushi or miso soup.
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