We keep a jar of this delicious condiment on our dinner table. Gomasio is tasty, healthy, and easy to make. Sprinkle on cooked rice, greens, vegetables and salads.
Our Kombu-Wakame powder adds vitamins, minerals and umami flavor to the popcorn. Kids love it too!
These sweet and nutritious cookies are great for the holidays or any time you want a healthy treat. These have been our kids’ favorite for many years. Simple to make, but rich in flavor and gluten free too!
Use this delicious spread on bread or crackers or as a veggie dip. It can easily be made into a superb salad dressing by mixing in 1/2 -1 cup tomato sauce.
Dashi is a Japanese stock and a basic ingredient in many Japanese dishes. It is used in miso soup, noodle soup and various rice dishes. The clear broth tastes like the essence of the sea!
A yummy, nutritious dinner; as a vegetarian chili or with meat. We often double this recipe as it is even better tasting the second day.
Coconut cream and curry combine beautifully in this simple but nourishing vegan dish. Use local, seasonal vegetables like leafy greens, asparagus or green beans in the spring and summer, and use winter squash, carrots and onions in the fall and winter.
This seaweed salad is a cool and refreshing side dish or appetizer, especially in the summer. Easy to make, hard to stop eating!
This simple and tasty dish is relatively quick to make and is a wonderful side dish to meat, fish or vegetable dishes. It is also great just with a salad.
Wakame is full of vitamins, minerals and nourishment. This salad is a great side dish for lunch or dinner. Kids like it too!
This seaweed, Reishi and veggetable broth is packed with vitamins, minerals and therapeutic polysaccharides that help you stay healthy and strong. Drink it as is or add it to soups and bone broths.
These super delicious gluten free, dairy and egg free raspberry bars are great for the holidays or any time you want a healthy treat. Everyone loves them! They take a little while to make, but your time is well worth it!
Make this nutritious, flavorful soup for lunch or dinner. The creamy coconut brings out Kombu’s Umami flavor even more, and ginger adds some zing. Serve with fresh bread or crackers.
This is one of my favorite sea palm recipes and a great way to get more seaweed into your diet. It can be made with almost any vegetables you may have at the moment, so the variations are endless!