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Fonden Roskilde Festival

The World's Longest Seaweed Salad

The World's Longest Seaweed Salad

Artist: Baka d’ Busk & Plantedrengene (The Plant Boys)

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Behind the critically acclaimed restaurant Baka d' Busk at Nørrebro are six friends who call themselves Plantedrengene (The Plant Boys). They have decided to get the Danes to eat more plants. Their approach is that the meal should be fun and informal. It’s therefore alway entertaining when Plantedrengene serves their fresh dishes made with ingredients from local farms. 

Open the festival site in good company with Plantedrengene (The Plant Boys) and have an unforgettable seaweed party. 

Baka d' Busk opens Food Is Now with the world's longest seaweed salad. The mantra for this special gastronomic experience is that seaweed can be used for more than you might think. Baka d' Busk has gone into the kitchen to make a new version of their classic tomato-melon salad with hazelnuts - now also with seaweed. 

Homemade seaweed juice can be purchased for DKK 25.

Allergens: Please, notify staff of any allergens on the day.


The seaweed salad is served on an edible and inviting seaweed tablecloth. Summery, fresh and challenging. A shared meal withintense energy and tasty treats. Along the way, Plantedrengeneserve and entertain in a humorous way, as when you meet them at Baka d'Busk or in the program Grøntsagsfjernsyn (Vegetable Television) on DR– Danish Broadcasting Corporation.

Time & Location

Date: 28/6 at 17.30-20.00 

Scene: Food Is Now 

Duration: 30 min. per seating.

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The experiential venue Food Is Now lets you explore the potentials and possibilities of food through performances, cooking, and debates. See the experiences here

The world's longest seaweed salad. Oyster meditation and seaweed party.

The conflicting stories of tea unfolded through poetry. A quiz about the astonishing sexual diversity of marine animals.

You can experience all this and much more at Food Is Now - a new experiential venue in the Bazaar area that puts food and the sea at the centre.