If you are looking to add a nutritional boost to your meals consider cooking with Japanese seaweed. These sea vegetables are loaded with nutrients, minerals and flavour. They are rich in umami and will add oomph to salads, soups, broths, seafood and countless other preparations.
So how do you cook with seaweed? Let's take a closer look at five different types of Japanese seaweed and how to use them in the kitchen.
5 Types of Japanese Seaweed
Perhaps the most familiar of all Japanese seaweeds thanks to its use in sushi and rolls. Nori is also sold as a snack and is a good source of vitamins A and C.
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