VitaminSea Organic Nori Whole leaf Seaweed 1.5oz (42g)

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1.5oz Whole Leaf Nori Seaweed harvested from the Coast of Maine

MOFGA Certified Organic

Product of USA

Latin Name: Porphyra umbilicalus

Nori is traditionally used with for sushi or onigiri, but also serve as a garnish or provide flavor in soups and noodle dishes. Vitamin Sea Laver 'Wild Atlantic Nori' is hand harvested from the clean waters off Maine's coast, dried, and sold as a whole plant (not in sheets).

Nutritional Values 

Of all Maine sea vegetables, Laver Nori is the highest in B complex vitamins, C, E and vegetable protein. Also rich in calcium, iodine, iron, phosphorus, potassium, maganese, copper, zinc, and vitamins A and K. Large amounts of this seaweed can be enjoyed.

Culinary Uses 

Laver, also known as Nori, is tremendously versatile! It is good in salads, soups, and snacks, or can be eaten right out of the package, soaked, or cooked. Fresh laver is wonderful alongside noodles, grains and vegetables. As well as used as an ingredient in soups, stews, casseroles, even pesto! Our Laver (Wild Atlantic Nori) can be added to desserts for extra depth of flavor and texture, and it pairs wonderfully with chocolate and ginger!

More Information
Vegan Yes
Gluten Free Yes
Kosher No
Paleo Friendly Yes
Size 1.5oz (42g)
How to Use
  • As with all sea vegetables, use as a spice or herb.
  • Soak or cook and use in salads, soups, and snacks, or eat right out of the bag.
  • Nori is wonderful served alongside noodles, grains and vegetables.
  • Use in soups, stews, casseroles or even pestos.
  • Pair with chocolate or ginger to add depth and texture ot your desserts.
Ingredients Organic Nori (Porphyra ssp.)
Storage Store in a cool, dry place.
Contraindications May contain trace amount of shellfish. Please check for tiny shells or pebbles hidden in the leaves before consuming. Also, the white powdery substance is common. This powder consists of precipitated salts and sugars and is safe to eat.
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