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Is Dried Seaweed Good For me/you?

 

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Seaweed Flakes

Dried algae and seaweeds are tested and process food stuff if purchased from the super market or online store.

Don’t Overtake in The Beginning

Do not over intake, if you are eating it for the first time. You should slowly increase seaweed intake because your body is not accustomed to this type organic and rich nutrition food stuff. Try all types of seaweeds available like red seaweed, green seaweed, blue seaweed, and mixed seaweed also called Kaiso Seaweed. Most common ones are wakame, nori sheets, hijiki, and kelp that are very frequently at Japanese and Korean restaurants.

Most Common Seaweeds

Wakame is used to make the salad and added to soups. Nori sheets to wrap sushi rolls, and nigiri. Kelp is mostly used to prepare stock that can be used in many food-preparations like soups, salads, and Don Buri ( rice bowl ).

Start With Seaweed Snack

In case you are not fit and have taken seaweed before. Please consult your doctor before you purchase it. However, there are few ready-made seaweed snacks that you can consider to start with. These snacks are available in many flavors like dried fruit flavor, spicy, plain, and crunchy texture.

 

Is Roasted Seaweed Good for You?

The straight answer is “Yes”. Roasted seaweed is a type of snack that is authentically served with Japanese breakfast. However, today roasted seaweed snacks are available in many flavors and textures across the globe.
So, have a look at Asian super market or online store and pick one flavor that you are already comfortable with.

But,
If you are not fit and well, please consult your doctor before you start consuming any sort of seaweed or algae. Because your body is not used to such sea plants.

Also,
If you have decided to include seaweed or algae in the meal, don’t over-intake. You should slowly increase seaweed intake.

Keep Trying,
So, you started with nori, now you can other very frequently used seaweed like wakame, Kaiso Seaweed ( mixed seaweed ), and so no.

 

Roasted Seaweed As A Garnish

Roasted nori and ao-nori are used as a garnish on rice bowls, salads, and other dishes too.