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Japanese Hijiki - Dried Sea Vegetable

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  • Ingredients: Dried Hijiki sea vegetable (Hijikia fusiforme)

    Due to the nature of this product, this pack may contain a trace amount of fish, molluscs and/or crustaceans.

    Guidance from food safety authorities suggests limiting consumption of Hijiki to 5g dry weight per week. Sea vegs are naturally rich in iodine. People sensitive to the effects of iodine are advised to seek medical advice before consuming this product.

    Product weight: 30g

    Hijiki is a distinctive jet-black sea vegetable that grows on the ocean floor in long thin strands. It is most widely popular as an ingredient in Japanese cuisine. It is naturally rich in flavour with a delicate texture. Its colour contrasts beautifully with other vibrant ingredients and works wonderfully well when combined with grains and other vegetables.

    Product Code: SVG0401.030A
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  • To prepare, first wash then soak in cool water for 30 minutes (note it will triple in size). Drain, rinse, then cook in water for 20 minutes with your choice of seasonings such as soya sauce. Add to stir-fries, soups, salads, tofu and tempeh dishes.

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Ahmed AL-Ashwal
mushy yummy cushy hijiki :)

this is my first time trying hijiki, i didn't knew they would expand quadruple their original size, plus i like hijiki mushy texture.

Tanya Mills

I am happy with the purchase.
Great customer service.
Thank you very much.

Mrs Zoe Webs
Very good quality Products

I was happy with the purchase of the good quality food products (oil and seaweed) and I was not able to find anywhere else in the UK. I will buying it againg.

Verute Kapceviciene

Lovely good project, excelent servise.

Marion Price

Lovely - thank you so much. Your service means that I can continue to work from home, cooking for clients who are unwell