I’ve been eating these pressed seaweed sheets, cut into snack sized bites. It’s the same stuff they wrap around rice when people make sushi.
I’ve been eating the plain and teriyaki flavors, but there are others like wasabi flavor. I eat mine with rice wrapped in it.
Have you tried seaweed snacks?
Added later: As I looked at the package, I found out that half the pack has 100% of vitamin B12, a vitamin that many vegans are deficient in.
I saw a TV chef break some up and add it to a pan of bubbling mince & onion!
I don’t know if it was just the brand I tried but it tasted very strongly of fish, even though there was no fish products in it!
I wasn’t keen on it’s own, but I do use it crumbled on various recipes and it gives a good flavour
No, tried it once and didn’t like it, but I couldn’t eat something like sushi either.
Maybe the brine flavor because it lives in sea water.
He added seaweed to this? I don’t get it. It would lose its crispness and the flavor would be lost under the other stronger flavors. I wonder why he did it.
Yes, I enjoy it and use it a lot in my cooking.
My tropical fish also eat a lot of it.
You have to be very careful buying it, there are different grades.
Some of it on Amazon UK is £368 per kilo, a lot of it is over £100 a kilo.
It is much, much cheaper in an Asian Supermarket.
Yes, I like vegetable sushi
I buy from Waitrose
then add a mix of veg and a dipping soy
I guess some people like something more subtle. The salty fishiness of seaweed, forget the usual OTT flavours.
An interesting thing:
Is an interesting additive to mince & onions.
Nothing new, but the idea stolen from the the centuries old, Worcestershire sauce.
Nori is frequently eaten moist.