Seaweed benefits include fantastic nutritional value, treat the Rainbow Seaweed Seasoning like salt and pepper in western diets this is an everything seasoning that everyone loves. Similar to the delicious topping the Japanese use in rice (furikake) every day and we think it looks good too.
Sea lettuce is a vibrant, green, short, leafy plant. This sea vegetable has a distinctive flavour and aroma. Very high in iron, protein, iodine, manganese, vitamin B12, calcium, vitamins A, B, C and nickel. High in dietary fibre
Tasmanian Wakame is an Australian edible Seaweed Nutritional Powerhouse packed with Omega-3 Fatty Acids. It has a slightly sweet and silky texture and commonly used in seaweed salads or miso soups. Each serving of wakame also contains vitamins A, C, E and K, and iron, copper and phosphorus.
One of the most recognisable seaweed types, Nori, is dried and pressed into nori sheets and used most often in sushi rolls and onigiri. It is typically eaten dry and used in many East Asian cuisines, namely Korean and Japanese. Nori can contain up to 10 times more calcium than Milk. Its also loaded with other nutrients including copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc and then some! Nori is packed full of vitamins too. It offers vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, and niacin, folic acid and taurine.
The colour is a beautiful deep pink rose that dries to a deep wine red. This red seaweed is packed with essential nutrients for everyday life, and all sea vegetables are a good source of iodine. Dulse is rich in protein and boasts the highest iron of any food source, which may make it a nutritional snack for women or those who are anemic. Dulse also contains all essential amino acids. Dulse seaweed is an excellent source of Vitamin A,B1, B2 C, D and E, Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium and Manganese.
Winged Kelp aka Dabberlocks are desirable algae that attach itself to a rock to keep itself from being taken away by the oceans current and so that it can grow lavishly. This seaweed is famed for its antioxidant properties. It contains plenty of Nutrients and Minerals
Find out all about the Nutritional Benefits of Seaweed in our Seaweed Superfood Article Here
Recipe options are limitless
Chickpea Miso & Crunchy Sesame works well with anything! Introduce it to your daily routine to use on oozy egg yolk for breakfast, sprinkle on rice bowls, noodles, roasted potato or pan fried vegetables.
In the 20th century, pharmacist Suekichi Yoshimaru created a powder-mix of ground fish bones, sesame, poppy seeds and seaweed aimed to add more calcium to the national diet and combat malnutrition.
Alg Seaweed Rainbow Seaweed Seasoning has no fish (vegan friendly) but has iodine-rich 5 Seaweed Rainbow and high calcium sesame
All natural, Vegan friendly, No preservatives/additives, ‘umami, healthy, flavour-full’, Made in Australia
Ingredients: Toasted white & *black sesame(64%), Rainbow SeaweedTM [*sea lettuce (ulva rigida), Tasmanian wakame (undaria pinnatifida), *Atlantic nori (porphyra dioica), *dulse (palmaria palmata), *winged kelp (alaria esculenta)] (20%), Tasmanian *chickpea miso (8%), sea salt, brown sugar. CONTAINS SESAME. MAY CONTAIN TRACES OF SHELLFISH
This Product is Certified Organic
Shake well before use