Great Eastern Sun, Emerald Cove, Pacific Wakame, 1.76 oz (50 g)
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Pretty good not fishy at all
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1023123 on Feb 27, 2012
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.
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2818141 on Jan 24, 2013
Tested several wakames and this is without a doubt the best so far. Color is good dark green, harder stems have been removed, flakes are nice size and the taste is great. Easy to use just by tossing it into soups and salads. I prefer not to cook it much so if am preparing miso for example I will add the wakame after the miso paste and just let it sit for a moment. It rehydrates fast enough just like that and doesn't become disgustingly mushy. Some cheaper wakame just breaks apart and is very slimey, but this one holds it together and stays more like a salad leaf or something. I also like that the pack size is bigger than several other brands despite the price not being higher, so I don't instantly run out of it :)
Very hard and salty
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Chunkypeaches on Feb 16, 2013
I am an avid seaweed eater (every week). This is very tough and chewy (needs soaking), and is salty as heck. Some may like it, but I do not.
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by MARRIAM55 on May 30, 2015
my husband wolfs down the packs before I can count to ten i guess
Posted by Reviewer3312205 on Nov 08, 2011
that's it, perfect healthiest natural substitute for chips.