Ingredients: Dried seaweed (Ulva pertusa).
Product weight: 20g
Green Nori Sprinkle is a different variety of sea vegetable to sheet nori. It is a tasty condiment to keep handy for serving with all kinds of food.
Clearspring Nori sea vegetable is farmed and produced using traditional methods in Kyushu, Japan. While some varieties of sea vegetables such as hijiki, arame and dulse are harvested from the wild using sustainable practices, others such as nori are extensively cultivated in Japan and other East Asian countries.
Although originally gathered wild, nori has been cultivated in Japan for over 300 years. Nets made of woven rope impregnated with nori spores are suspended each year between long bamboo poles set deep into the calm, shallow bays. The height of each net is carefully set so that it remains above the water level during low tide, giving the growing nori maximum sunlight, but below the water level, so the plants receive a regular washing, at high tide.
During the colder months, the delicate nori plants will grow until they cover the entire net. In late winter they are harvested and brought ashore, where they are washed, cut, made into thin sheets and dried.
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Green Nori Sprinkle makes a tasty and nourishing condiment for a variety of savoury dishes. For a delicious herb flavour, sprinkle on pizza and pasta, rice and noodles, vegetables, soups and salads. Also delicious in breads, muffins and crêpes, sauces, dressings and dips. You can find it being used in Japanese dishes like okonomiyaki and yaki udon.
Try it in one of our recipes: Seaweed and Spring Onion Pancake.
For more sea vegetable recipes please see our Recipe page.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Reseal pack after use.
Nori sprinkles are a must in cooking, add flavour and all the benefits of sea vegetables in your diet. A brilliant product and such prompt and efficient delivery.
A stable in my cupboard now! A bag lasts for ages too. I add into my chickpea "tuna" mayo and also in any Asian dish that requires fish sauce. Gorgeous!
Such a convenient and delicious way to add seaweed to food! I sprinkle this on my savoury rice porridge, and on soup.
Loved the seaweed and so does the dog!
Wasn’t quite sure what to expect but am pleasantly surprised by these small green flakes. So far I’ve successfully enjoyed them on beans on toast, in salad and even atop my lasagne.