Nori flakes - Irish wild harvested
Category: Algae & Sea Veg
Nori flakes from Ireland. Wild harvested.
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Nori is probably best known as the wrapping of sushi and gimbap, the latter a very tasty Korean type of sushi. In Wales nori is called laver and it is used in the popular dish laver bread, which has been described as the "Welshman's caviar".
Using nori flakes
Nori flakes are already flaked and easy to use as a spice in the kitchen. They lend a nice taste to potatoe, rice and pasta dishes, but also to salads. We admit to also liking them as a munchy snack.
Nori flakes at a glance
- Wild-harvested from the northwestern coast of Ireland
- Regularly tested for heavy metals
- Ingredients: Nori
- Contents: Weight at time of filling - weight loss due to drying possible
- Storage: Dry and cool