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Pretty good.

Posted by iHerb Customer on Sep 10, 2011 | Verified Purchase

It's real seaweed. Just few minutes in water is all it needs. I didn't find them too salty at all. You just need to make sure you rinse them well.

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Good but can be better as well!

Posted by Supplementsdiy on Apr 18, 2013 | Verified Purchase

This product contains a bunch of sea vegetables which I have never eaten. It smells and tastes fresh. It’s like eating straight out of the sea. It does take a while and some effort to rinse off all the salt. After cleaning out, I simply eat it straight. It smells and tastes fresh. It’s like eating straight out of the sea. The mild salt taste helps to add to the taste as well. It is nice that they are no preservative used. It would be nice if the product is cheaper since I find it pretty expensive for a small portion salad. A luxury to eat occasionally! Check out my page for more reviews!

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Love this Sea Weed

Posted by iHerb Customer on Jun 25, 2012 | Verified Purchase

Soak a while in cool water, rinse the salt out and add to miso soup. These sea vegetables have a far superior flavor to the dried. Wonderful way zip up miso soup with a little napa cabbage, tofu cubes, shredded carrot and daikon, a few shitake mushrooms, some soba noodles, and whatever else appeals to you. Turns a light broth into a wonderful meal.

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Great taste,lots of iodine , Trace elements & Minerals...

Posted by PracticalReviews on Oct 11, 2012 | Verified Purchase

apparently there is a huge fields of algae underwater and much of them are not spoiled by the modern agriculture ,it is still high in nutrition and you can definitely tell by its taste.this is a great variety of algae types that will add great taste and color to any salad of soup,just wash the salt of and eat it.great source of iodine too.algae taste is not for everybody so take it into consideration before buying and try to remember how the outer part of sushi tastes like and if you like it or not....you are welcome to rate & read my other reviews

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Fresh and natural

Posted by veronica on Apr 04, 2012 | Verified Purchase

My favorite seaweed! Natural and without preservatives. Need to be washed from salt and should be left in water for few minutes to let the rest of salt go. I use it as fresh salad (simply add soy sauce, sesame seed and sesame oil, onion, lime and spices) or in miso soup, also go good with pasta or rice. Will certainly buy it again!

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smells like sea

Posted by iHerb Customer on Oct 31, 2011 | Verified Purchase

i like it very much, tasty and usefull food from the sea. There is no preservatives, only salt - great!

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Tasty!

Posted by CombinationEczema on Dec 19, 2013 | Verified Purchase

We mixed a mashed avocado, lemon juice, lettuce and garlic with these nice algae and enjoyed a delicious healthy salad. I plan to repurchase. I wish the content was slightly bigger - after you rinse of the salt, you end up with a pretty small portion (maybe enough for 2)

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Very Good

Posted by iHerb Customer on Oct 29, 2011 | Verified Purchase

Used this with Kelp noodles in a salad, somewhat following the recipe on one of the packages. It was unusual but very delicious. I'll buy again.

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Great in soup

Posted by iHerb Customer on Aug 01, 2016 | Verified Purchase

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.

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like the ocean

Posted by annegoggans on Sep 25, 2012 | Verified Purchase

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!

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