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#1 Old 12-16-2015, 07:00 AM
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What new ways to use seaweed wraps?

Anyone have any other ways to use the sushi Nori seaweed wraps?
I want to incorporate them into my diet, as they are available locally, and seaweed is so healthy.
Anyone cook with it? Recipes, ideas are welcome. Thanks
PS: No, I don't eat sushi, but would like to use the wraps.
I found this recipe, but was really trying to find something different than just using it as a wrap.

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#2 Old 12-16-2015, 07:11 PM
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I have only really used Nori wraps for wraps. However, I have used other forms of seaweed such as dulse flakes in place of salt for seasoning, or wakame in soup and in soba noodle dishes, and I use kombu strips when simmering dried beans to help draw out the gas producing properties of the beans. I also use agar flakes as a gel for stuff like vegan lemon pie or homemade nut based vegan cheese.

A few times I have munched on plain nori sheets lol, but that's not the greatest way to use them.

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