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Nori

(Porphyra spp.)

$7.80$76.00

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Rich Umami Flavor

High in protein and vitamins

Makes a tasty toasted snack

Description

Nori (also known as Laver) has a rich umami seafood taste and makes a delicious snack when toasted until crisp.

Toasted and crumbled Nori adds flavor to breads, soups and sauces; and makes a savory sprinkle on salads, cooked vegetables, rice and popcorn (also see Nori Flakes).

This is whole leaf Nori; it has not been processed into sheets for making sushi. Nori is a Red seaweed and is a great source of protein, carotenes, vitamins, selenium and therapeutic polysaccharides.

Nori will retain its quality for two to three years if kept dry and away from light and heat.

Although we strive to produce perfectly clean sea vegetables, please inspect for small crustaceans or shellfish before using.

Nori-Avocado Bread Spread

Use this delicious spread on bread or crackers or as a veggie dip
Makes 4 servings

Ingredients

2 large or 3 medium-sized ripe avocadoes
¼ oz lightly toasted and crumbled Nori (you can also use 1 ½Tbsp Nori flakes)
2 Tbsp lime juice
½ tsp salt
Pinch of chipotle powder (optional)
Pinch of garlic powder (optional)

Instructions

Mash the avocados with a fork in a medium-sized bowl.
Mix in the lime juice, salt, then the toasted, crumbled Nori or the Nori flakes. A pinch of chipotle powder or garlic powder may be added if desired.

Tip:
Blend the above ingredients in a blender with ½ to 1 cup of tomato sauce for a superb salad dressing!

Squeezing Nori Seaweed
Rinsing Nori to remove sand.
Nori Growing on Rocks 2
Nori in the wild, at low tide.
“In 2014 I was facing some serious health challenges. I feel that Naturespirit seaweeds and tinctures have been an incredible addition to my healing journey program. I also use these products with my clients.”
Jackie
Loving, New Mexico

Nori

(Porphyra spp.)

Nori Whole Seaweed Cream Background

$7.80$76.00

Clear
Quantity:

Rich Umami
Flavor

Tasty Toasted
Snack

High in Protein and Vitamins

Squeezing Nori Seaweed
Rinsing Nori to remove sand.
Nori Growing on Rocks 2
Nori in the wild, at low tide.

Description

Nori (also known as Laver) has a rich umami seafood taste, and makes a delicious snack when toasted until crisp.

Toasted and crumbled Nori adds lots of flavor to breads, soups, and sauces, and makes a savory sprinkle on salads, cooked vegetables, rice, and popcorn (also see Nori Flakes).

This is whole leaf Nori; it has not been processed into sheets for making sushi. Nori is a Red seaweed, and is a great source of protein, carotenes, vitamins, selenium, and therapeutic polysaccharides.

Nori will retain its quality for two to three years if kept dry and away from light and heat.

Although we strive to produce perfectly clean sea vegetables, please inspect for small crustaceans or shellfish before using.

Nori-Avocado Bread Spread

Use this delicious spread on bread or crackers or as a veggie dip
Makes 4 servings

Ingredients:

2 large or 3 medium sized ripe avocadoes
¼ oz lightly toasted and crumbled Nori (you can also use 1 ½Tbsp Nori flakes)
2 Tbsp lime juice
½ tsp salt
Pinch of chipotle powder (optional)
Pinch of garlic powder (optional)

Instructions:

Mash the avocados with a fork in medium sized bowl.
Mix in the lime juice, salt, then the toasted, crumbled Nori or the Nori flakes. A pinch of chipotle powder or garlic powder may be added if desired.

Tip:
Blend the above ingredients in a blender with ½ to 1 cup of tomato sauce for a superb salad dressing!

“In 2014 I was facing some serious health challenges. I feel that Naturespirit seaweeds and tinctures have been an incredible addition to my healing journey program. I also use these products with my clients.”
Jackie
Loving, New Mexico
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