This Sea Vegetable Powder is a mix of Kombu (Laminaria setchellii) and Wakame (Alaria marginata). Once you try this you’ll never go back to commercial kelp powders! This blend has a clean, fresh taste. Ready to use as a flavorful, salty seasoning on cooked vegetables, rice or popcorn, as an ingredient in breads and smoothies, or for thickening soups and sauces… a very easy way to get seaweeds into your diet!
Sea Vegetable Powder is a good source of iodine, calcium, potassium and therapeutic polysaccharides (algin, fucoidan and laminarin). It will maintain its quality for at least a year or two if stored in airtight containers in a dark cupboard. One level teaspoonful equals about three grams.
Harvested in California, in Del Norte and Humboldt counties.
Sea Veggie Gomasio: Preheat oven to 350°F. Thinly spread 3/4 cup of sesame seeds in a metal tray and bake for two minutes. Allow to cool, then grind in a blender. Mix the ground sesame with one ounce (about 3 tablespoons) of Sea Vegetable Powder (and some salt if desired). Keep a jar of this flavorful condiment on your dinner table!”.