iHerb Customer Reviews
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Customers who live in Japan are only allowed to order up to 5 kg of the above product 1 month per household, which equals to about 15 bags per month.
like the ocean
Posted by annegoggans on Sep 25, 2012
IF you like ocean vegetables and know that you must soak it to remove salt then you will be satisfied. As for the reviewer who had trouble fishing them out of the sink, keep a fine sieve strainer on hand and use that to rinse and raise in and out of the soaking water. Then it is a breeze. I found no salt taste at all after soaking. Don't be afraid of the salty appearance, it comes from the ocean!
Great in soup
Posted by 5736327115534101135 on Aug 01, 2016
Personally, I am not a fan of seaweeds. However, I prepare this in a soup for my husband who adores it. The soup is water and avocado blended together with a stock cube to the thickness he likes and then add the soaked seaweed. Simple.. . . The seaweed comes in salt so it needs to be well washed before use.
Posted by Reviewer2203824 on Feb 23, 2012
These were better than expected!
Posted by truevitality on Jun 22, 2013
has a fishy smell but well rinsed and mixed with guacamole it's great...or in salads
Posted by Reviewer2421681 on Dec 12, 2011
If the full sea veggie is what you are after this if for you. It took some time soaking and rinsing all the salt off them, but I do like them when mixed with cooked rice.
The Salt killed it
Posted by Reviewer1250356 on Jan 07, 2012
These come 'buried in salt'. Even after washing and washing and picking the vegetables out of the sink -- they were salty. And I LIKE salt. If they came in water like the Sea Tangle kelp noodles I'd appreciate and use them more often.
Posted by Reviewer1779233 on Nov 01, 2011
However, very difficult to digest...
Not a fan.
Posted by Reviewer2252283 on Aug 23, 2012
Difficult to remove the extra salt from the sea vegetables and wasn't that impressed with the product. Probably won't buy again.
Posted by 5253280530417466826 on Sep 01, 2012
I couldn't get past the smell of these vegetables. It smelt like rotting seaweed at the beach.
Good source of iodine
Posted by Reviewer1309211 on Aug 26, 2012
These come covered in sea salt, so it is imperative that you rinse well to remove all of the salt before adding to your dishes. It's great for salads & soups!