- Appearance: Green seaweed with a thin round leaf.
- Smell and taste: Smells of the sea. Intense seafood-like taste.
- Colour: Light green.
How to use:
How to cook:
Once is rehydrated or the salt is rinsed off, use it like a fresh vegetable.
Ideal crushed or minced and mixed in sauces, creams, rice dishes, and risottos. Baked or sautéed in sesame oil, sugar and salt. Blanched – wrap around fish as papillote. Chopped on salads or toast. In scrambled eggs, croquettes, pies. Blended in smoothies or juices.
Rich in magnesium, iron, protein and low in fat.