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Our Kelp is a thinner, more tender variety of Japanese Kombu and can be used exactly the same way — in soup stocks, pan-fried for chips or stir-fried. It's great roasted, fried, pickled, boiled, sautéed and marinated. Kelp is a must for all soup stocks, enriching flavor and nutrition. You should never cook beans without it, as it tenderizes, shortens cooking times and increases digestibility. Kelp is rich in nutrients and is a rich source for minerals and trace elements, including calcium, potassium and magnesium and it offers substantial

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Kelp, Laminaria longicruris, (Whole Leaf)

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30 Members have left reviews!

I received it with some molds

Posted   by Jeffrey from Lake Saint Louis, Missouri
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I have to wash it. I threw some.
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Beans, broth, soups - great iodine source

Posted   by Mary from HOUSTON, Texas
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I wouldn't consider eating this but for broths, soups, beans it adds sea minerals and iodine that most of us need. Gave up junk iodized salt years ago, so this natural source adds that without any sea veggie taste. Win!
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Posted   by Meghan from Portland, Oregon
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Smell is funky when cooking it but after marinating it the smell goes away. Is great in a poke bowl!
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Miso soup base must have!

Posted   by Phylies from CASTRO VALLEY, California
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Take a small few inches of this knob, rinse it and simmer to help make a wonderful miso soup base, (also use dash fish broth if you are not vegan)...then add miso at the end before serving along with some thinly sliced shiitake mushrooms or some mistake mushrooms and thinly sliced green onion or chives.
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Posted   by Gina from GREENWELL SPRINGS, Louisiana
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Perfect for putting into my bone broths
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Posted   by Rosemary from Bryant, Arkansas
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Posted   by Denice from LAPEER, Michigan
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Love it
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Posted   by Shayne from WAITSFIELD, Vermont
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We love this on salads and in soups. Do not eat it raw it is not good. We like to bake or sauté it best!
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Posted   by Catherine from Hudson, New York
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I was having thyroid issues and my doctor mentioned my iodine was low. I started adding this kelp into my chicken soup and six months later my iodine levels were higher
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Posted   by Rocio from JERSEY CITY, New Jersey
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by itself or with salads. I generally saute it with vegetables and eat with kimchi or rice on the side.
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