Nori seaweed

Nori seaweed sheets, 25 g, 4 USD

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The most famous product of seaweed – is Nori seaweed: dried, thin as a sheet of paper, leaves little orange-brown, like a film, seaweed nori-Asakusa, one of a family red seaweed. Leaf length this seaweed is 25 cm, width – about 5 cm Asakusa-nori is washed in fresh water, and then dried in the sun, spread out on bamboo or wooden frames.

Nori  has light smoky flavor, but its main advantage – a thin, oceanic flavor. Dark shiny nori much tastier than the cheaper reddish.

Nori seaweed – is a source of iodine, calcium and iron, which are necessary for circulatory system. Also there is a vitamin B12 contained only in foods of animal origin. Dried seaweed nutrition is important during vegetarianism or fasting.

Dried and roasted dark green thin leaves of nori seaweed can be used for sushi, rolls and side dishes.

  • Calories: 349 kcal.

The energy value of the product nori seaweed (ratio of proteins, fats, carbohydrates)

  • Protein: 46.1 g (~ 184 kcal)
  • Fat: 0.1 g (~ 1 kcal)
  • Carbohydrates: ’41 (~ 164 kcal)

The energy ratio (p | f | c): 53% | 0% | 47%

Scientists have shown that those people whose diet includes nori seaweed and other seaweed are less susceptible to other diseases of the cardiovascular system. Dried seaweed nutrition is also useful in atherosclerosis, varicose veins and diseases of the thyroid gland.

Use of nori seaweed and other seaweed is prohibited during pregnancy and for people with individual intolerance of iodine.

Advice on storage of nori sheets:

For nori not to lose flexibility, they are stored in sealed containers in a dark, dry place.

Buy seaweed Nori and take care of your health and health of your beloved people!

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