Maine Coast Sea Vegetables, Kelp, Wild Atlantic Kombu, 2 oz (56 g)
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Posted by Reviewer2466965 on Aug 16, 2011
They are not that salty. I like the fact that they are low temperature dried. But I have tried more delicious kelp.
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Posted by Reviewer3029254 on Dec 10, 2012
I just put a chunk in bean soups to help eliminate any gaseous side effects. Seems to work.
Source of iodine and minerals.
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Posted by Reviewer2033686 on Nov 13, 2012
I am trying to follow a vegetarian diet and am trying to eat more seaweed and algae. I really don't like to eat fish or take fish oil. Kombu is a fantastic source of natural iodine and other trace minerals. I make a bowl of vegetable soup with kombu or wakame every day. I feel so much better. I just wish this was Japanese kombu.
Posted by Reviewer2487560 on Jun 11, 2011
This ocean vegetable was much more salty than I envisioned. It loses it's saltiness when soaked in water, but it's my least favorite of the ocean veggies.
Good for soups. Good tips on back side of packet.
Posted by Reviewer3135393 on Jul 27, 2011
Nice, easy to use. All Jodi to catch. Great taste, sea atmosphere.