Eden Foods, Nori Krinkles, Toasted Sea Vegetable, .53 oz (15 g)
By Eden Foods
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Eden Toasted Nori Krinkles are made from the species of nori, Porphyra yezoensis. For the past 300 years, to meet the ever growing demand for this delicious and nutritious nori, it has been cultivated. Its crispy yet soft, almost melt in your mouth texture, mild sweet flavor and aroma have made it one of the most popular types of nori in Japan today. It is considered premium quality and is often found in gourmet food shops. Very low in sodium and a good source of vitamin C.
Eden Toasted Nori is grown in the pristine, environmentally protected Ise (ee-say) Bay, Japan. In late September and early October netting is suspended in the bay and nori slowly begins to grow on it. As the water temperature cools, the nori flourishes and thickly covers the netting. From December until the following April, the nori is harvested from the nets and washed with pure water. The nori is carefully dried before cutting into thin strips. The drying process employs hot air and steam. The nori krinkles are evenly toasted to crispy perfection.
The traditional Japanese sea vegetable industry produces the cleanest, most nutritious and delicious sea vegetables in the world.
Eden Toasted Nori Krinkles can be eaten right out of the package for a great snack. Traditionally used to make quick miso soup and garnish rice. Used in sushi, as a condiment or garnish for traditional noodles and broth, with grain dishes, salads, vegetables, and stir fries. Complements all cuisine and all foods.
Nori (Prphhyra yezoensis)
|Serving Size: 1/2 cup (2.5 g)|
|Servings Per Container: 6|
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|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.|