Eat Seaweed

Munching on sea vegetables doesn’t have to be weird. They’re not slimy like the stereotypes portray. People have eaten seaweed since the start of time. From bread replacements to popcorn sprinkles, there are hundreds of ways to include it in your diet. Here are a few ways you can start adding some to your daily intake. 

The type of cooking method used for seaweed depends greatly on the type of seaweed used and the effect you are after. Dried seaweed is better for making strongly umami-tasting stocks, while fresh seaweed varieties can be cooked and served alongside a seafood dish or in soups. Most fresh seaweeds can be cut up and deep-fried for a nice crispy accompaniment.
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