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For its delicate taste combines well with the vegetables of the earth, and is good sautéed with onions, or cooked and served with green vegetables and boiled or simply soaked and served with cucumber, with a citrus or a tomato based vinegar, is excellent and refreshing as a summer salad. If you have been lightly toasted in the oven, and then pulverized it is a tasty seasoning, rich in minerals suitable for the rice and the dishes of cereals. The wakame is also a vital ingredient for soups and miso soups. The Alaria esculenta can be used in place of the wakame in the preparation of the recipes, but it requires cooking longer. The wakame also has the ability to soften the fibres of foods with which it is cooked. Soak the seaweed in cold water for five minutes until they are soft, or in hot water for 2 minutes. The algae if left in water for too long they lose their flavor. The product does not require cooking but can still be used in broths, stews, etc...
100% seaweed wakame
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A cool, dry place away from direct light