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Clearspring Wakame Instant Flakes 25g

Clearspring Wakame Instant Flakes 25g

Clearspring Wakame Instant Flakes 25g

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  • Wakame seaweed is a very dark green-brown seaweed that is typically found around the waters of Japan. It is used in a similar way to Kombu seaweed. This wakame seaweed comes in the form of flakes that are handy to add to soups and other snacks for extra taste and nutrition. Be sure to soak them first, if you are adding them to a non-liquidy meal.
  • Known in Japan as fueru wakame or 'expanding wakame', the product contains nothing but top quality wakame, which is a brown sea vegetable.
  • Wakame seaweed has a similar nutritional content to Kombu, though Kombu contains more iodine and wakame contains more magnesium.
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Clearspring Wakame Instant Flakes 25g For delicious wakame in a second, try Clearspring Instant Wakame Flakes: the convenient way to add the delicious taste and nutrition of wakame sea vegetable to your food. They are delicious in miso and clear soups, add them at the end of cooking time to retain their delicate flavour and appearance. They are also a great addition to stir-fries and salads, in which case they should be soaked in lukewarm water for 2-3 minutes before using. Known in Japan as fueru wakame or 'expanding wakame', the product contains nothing but top quality wakame. The flakes are made by a simple process where the wakame is blanched for a few seconds before being dried and packed. The wakame itself is cultivated on ropes and harvested in a renowned area of quality wakame production in Japan. The wakame spores are sown in June or July. Eight months or so later in March the microscopic spores have grown to become fronds anywhere between 1.3 and 2 meters in length, which are then harvested from their ropes. Wakame is naturally rich in iodine. People sensitive to the effects of iodine are advised to seek medical advice before consuming this product.

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