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10-24-2008, 05:35 PM
Hey, I love using raw nori sheets but I have run out of the ones I brought from the US. Does anyone know of any raw nori sheets I can find in Paris. The only brand I see is called "Lima"?
Either that or is there a decent deal for shipping, everywhere seems very expensive. I found one site http://www.pangaia.cc/RawProducts.html Pangaia Pantry that offers a good deal, but also I ask is it legit?
10-25-2008, 02:32 AM
Okay well I kind of answered my own question for finding things to send from www.rawvegansource.com I am not sure about the shipping yet but if anyone has an experience with them or is looking for another good online site, I was highly recommended by that one on the USTREAM during Renegade's last night's live show.
10-25-2008, 09:41 AM
First post outrageous to me intl. shipping.
May contact this person in France. Not sure where, but still may be worth a try:
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10-25-2008, 11:54 AM
May I digress off the topic? I was being cheap and bought toasted nori sheets. got 'em home and they were coated in wheat and msg :mad: serves me right.......
10-25-2008, 12:16 PM
Stina - I am so sorry! I hate getting low quality food. Thank you for the warning, as lately I have been tempted by the cheap seaweed in Asian markets. I will stick to the raw organic high-quality (and price) seaweed from my HFS.
I wish wish wish that I could forage for seaweed. I am near the ocean, and when I walk on the beach I see so much dulse, kelp and wakame washed up on the shores. If only I weren't right near a nuclear power plant, pfizer and monsanto :( . Then I would beach comb for seaweed everyday and get the good stuff for free. I don't think anything can convert someone to environmentalism as well as raw.
10-27-2008, 12:25 PM
Thanks for the links, I will check them out.
Luckily there are so many fresh seaweeds that I find in my local Parisian Bio-stores here from clean and local sources. They are great, I do like alga.
I have had a few friends ask if any types of seaweeds were considered animals. Since there is no vascular system (like in plants) seaweeds take up fluids, nutrients, and gases from the water. They can reproduce sexually (also asexually), but are photosynthetic, contain chlorophyll..
So what would that make them to you, plant or animal? I always just considered them water plants. Nevertheless I think that everything has life on this planet regardless, just wondering if anyone has ever questioned seaweeds, haha.
10-27-2008, 06:44 PM
My mother has always taught me that all living things have sensitivities... i.,e., even plants can feel pain.
Whether or not it's a scientific fact doesn't matter hugely to me - but it makes me want to treat EVERYTHING I eat with respect, as I hope to be treating my own body respectfully by feeding it living food instead of dead substance.
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