iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $1.19 (15% off)
Posted by 5166423602381127049 on Mar 12, 2015
I like to make my own miso soup! As I am living in Singapore, you could think that Korean or Japanese wakame is easier to get. It is actually, but guess what!! IT IS NOT AS GOOD AS THIS ICELAND WAKAME. The Korean one has such fishy smell that can make you puke. This is AWESOME! Just get the Hacho Miso paste from Eden (also on iherb.com) and follow the recipe on the back of the miso paste packaging and you will cook a nice miso soup. Needless to mention that all miso paste in Singapore is full of MSG (or monosodium glutamate or ajinamoto which is a terrible chemical, cancer causing!) so EDEN miso paste is really the best!!
Great tasting and nutritious
Posted by 5291365967689154749 on Dec 23, 2013
Soak and cook to make lovely dishes. Adding liquid coconut aminos,herb olive oil & balsamic vinegar with vegetables is delicious!
Posted by Rosequartz on Dec 02, 2014
I love this wakame, I bought it as it is not from japan. It taste better than the ones harvested from japan. I hv reordered a few times.
Excellent quality seaweed for eating
Posted by 4866154659942877337 on Mar 09, 2015
I really like this wakame seaweed and tend to eat it raw. its not too salty, a little chewy but i dont mind that, and the flavour is good. Not too strong. I also chop it up for use in soup.
Posted by Romlenz on Mar 31, 2015
grind it to flake size bits and use it on salads or in stews. In sauerkraut or kimchi it can be used both ground and whole.
Posted by 4669693988845461808 on Jan 17, 2016
It's very tasty. I don't recommend it to those who have autoimmune thyroid problems because it worsens the situation.
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