Great Eastern Sun, Emerald Cove, Pacific Wakame, 1.76 oz (50 g)
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|Combo Discount:||- £1.61|
- Resealable Bag
- Premium Quality Dried Seaweed
- Undaria Pinnatifida
- Silver Grade
- An Edible Ocean Plant
- No GMOs!
- Naturally Fat Free
Wakame is a type of kelp and is closely related to another popular seaweed, konbu. Emerald Cove Silver Grade Pacific Wakame is cultivated on rope nets spread between posts planted in the sea bed in the shallow areas off the south shore of the Shandong Peninsula in North China, near Korea. The cultivation process is similar to Nori cultivation except that with Nori the spores are started in shallow pools on shore, and then transplanted to the nets. Wakame naturally attaches itself to the nets directly from the sea water. Eighty per cent of all wakame consumed in Japan now comes from China and Korea. After harvesting, it is briefly washed and cut into convenient, ready-to-eat pieces. These pieces are laid out to dry in the sun for several days until completely crisp and dry, and are then packaged.
Pledge Of Purity
No ingredient of this product has been genetically engineered or modified, irradiated, or processed using artificial preservatives, artificial flavorings, or artificial colorings.
To prepare, rinse briefly and soak in fresh water for 5 minutes, draining promptly.
Recipe: Wakame Miso Soup
6 cups water or vegetable stock
1 medium carrot, sliced diagonally
3 Tbsp Emerald Cove Silver Grade Pacific Wakame
2 scallions, thinly slices diagonally
3-4 Tbsp Miso Master Organic Country Barley or Traditional Red Miso
Bring stock to a simmer, add carrots, and cook until tender (about 10 minutes). Soak wakame in cold water for 10 minutes. When carrots are tender, add wakame to stock and simmer for one minute. Then add scallions and simmer another minute. Remove from heat. Dissolve miso in some of the broth and return to pot. Allow to steep briefly before serving.
|Serving Size: 3 Tbsp (5 g)|
|Serving Per Container: About 10|
|Amount Per Serving||%Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||0|
|Total Fat||0 g||0%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Total Carbohydrate||2 g||0%|
|Dietary Fiber||<1 g||0%|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:|
|Total Fat||Less than||65 g||80 g|
|Saturated Fat||Less than||20 g||25 g|
|Cholesterol||Less than||300 mg||300 mg|
|Sodium||Less than||2,400 mg||2,400 mg|
|Potassium||3,500 mg||3,500 mg|
|Total Carbohydrate||300 g||375 g|
|Dietary Fiber||25 g||30 g|
|Protein||50 g||65 g|
Pretty good not fishy at all
Pretty good not fishy at all
This is my first experience with wakame.I simply hrdrate it in water for 30 minutes, drain the water out.Put the water in the dogs dish instead of throwing it away-THEY LOVE IT.Then eat it uncooked room temp with some toasted sesame oil on it.A small serving is all you need to feel satisfied.
Posted by LadyEnigma on Oct 05, 2016
Very good wakame. just add water and some vinegar and soak it. **If you find my review useful, click "YES" and see more useful info by clicking on my name.**
Tough to Eat
Posted by 4621939022800482920 on Sep 09, 2016
This seaweed may be good for you, but I have had trouble eating it. It really tastes strong and yucky.
Posted by 4768257162557714273 on Aug 04, 2016
I have procrastinated using ths seaweed. Have been preoccupied by the warning label on it concerning cancer risks. I have eaten a lot of seaweed in the past, and would like to get back to it ......
Posted by Romlenz on Apr 09, 2015
According to a lab test this Chinese brand was full of heavy metals. Avoid like the plague.