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SEAWEED & NORI

SEAWEED & NORI

Seaweed and Nori

Nori is the Japanese name given to various types of edible seaweed and algae, which are also called laver. Nori's origins can be traced back all the way to ancient China and Japan around the 8th century. It is usually used as a wrap for sushi but it can also be found paired with various Asian dishes such as onigiri (a Japanese triangle shaped rice ball), miso soup, or just eaten plain as a snack. It has a high mineral salt content and is a good source for iron, calcium, fiber, and many different types of vitamins. The algae used to make nori grows on the surface of the sea and is farmed using huge nets. In fact, 230 square miles of the Japanese coastline are dedicated solely to the production of nori, and over 300,000 tons is made every year!

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