View Full Version : creative ways to use sea veggies?
02-12-2007, 12:19 PM
I have started developing a craving for these, which is good, cause I know they are loaded with minerals. I've been crushing up dried dulse on salads, blending it with soups, haven't gotten any raw nori yet-that's next for nori rolls, I've even been eating it right out of the bag-it's a great "salty" snack.
I was wondering if anyone has created other creative ways of using sea weed? merci~
02-12-2007, 01:02 PM
mix them w/ cheese recipe
I love them as soup by themselves ( maybe garlic & herbs)
grind in a coffee grinder & season anything with them
put on cukes w/ a splash of acv!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
( Why Sam I am I do Like Eating Green Sea Veggies, in a box, with a fox, on a house, with a mouse..................................... ;)
Forgot to add that I put them in crackers too!!!! Yummy
02-12-2007, 02:00 PM
Dulse is my favorite and add that purple dulse in clums into my sald and it has a nice salty flavor.
I neerd to find a source to buy more.
I hate nori, raw too, but do eat it when others make it with a pate and veggies inside....I have tons of them too, that I will use.
I do love wakame too, but soak before and then cut up in smaller pieces adding to salad.
hizikki--soak in water first, same with arame...then add to salads.....
02-13-2007, 03:33 PM
Where is a good place to buy raw or dried dulse? Is it usually available in health food stores, or only online?
02-13-2007, 03:38 PM
those ideas sound yummy...
I got a very large bag of "sea lettuce" and dulse from Maine Coast Sea Vegetables-you can order online, they sell bulk sea weeds. It's worth it if you love them-end up being cheaper than buying smaller quantities at healthfood stores.
02-13-2007, 03:58 PM
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction! I think I remember my health food store having some dulse in a little bottle, probably dulse flakes. What should I steer clear from? Like I know roasted Nori sheets are not raw - is all dulse raw?
02-14-2007, 01:52 AM
wakame soup! mix up a combo of some of the following:
dry/fresh mushrooms (shiitake are best imo)
dried dulse flakes
nutritional yeast (if you use it)
spices (if you use them) like cumin, curry, cayenne, dill, etc.
shredded root veggies
As simple or complex as you like.
02-14-2007, 05:08 AM
oh yeah! I forgot you can still eat traditional miso soup on raw! that WOULD be so good! thanks for posting that!
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