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VitaminSea Organic Nori Seaweed Laver - 4 oz / 112 G Whole Leaf Maine Coast - USDA & Vegan Certified - Kosher - Perfect For Keto Diet - Sun Dried - Raw Wild Atlantic Ocean Sea Vegetables (NW4)


Price SAR 94.8 In Stock

Estimate to be delivered 27 Sep - 30 Sep

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NORI is traditionally used with sushi or onigiri, but also serve as a garnish or provide flavor in soups and noodle dishes CERTIFIED - Our Seaweed products are Vegan Certified, USDA Organic Certified and Kosher Vaad HaKashrus of Eastern Canada and Maine Certified. We are required to undergo testing for heavy metals to maintain our USDA Certified Organic. HEALTHY - Seaweed is rich in iodine, a critical nutrient for maintaining a healthy thyroid that is not found in many other foods and an amazing source of antioxidants and can be beneficial in dealing with inflammation, which is a contributor to a variety of ailments, including arthritis, celiac disease, asthma, depression and obesity. It is also a popular addition to those following a vegan, vegetarian, kosher, organic or raw diet. PACKED WITH MACRONUTRIENTS - Our Seaweed products are packed with macronutrients which are defined as a class of chemical compounds that humans consume in the largest quantities (must be above a threshold amount) and they provide humans with the bulk of their energy. Included as the 3 primary macronutrients are carbohydrates, proteins and lipids HAND-HARVESTED from the pristine coastal waters of Maine. We SUSTAINABLY HARVEST these atlantic seaweed.


Customers Reviews

Atlantic Ocean laver is very similar to Pacific Ocean nori

4.0 out of 5.0 by Ronald M. Chavin on November 24, 2016
DISADVANTAGES:(1)Unlike nori from the Pacific Ocean, this Atlantic Ocean laver is not made into conveniently usable sheets.(2)Unlike nori from the Pacific Ocean, this Atlantic Ocean laver contains lots of delicious but deadly sea salt.(3)Unlike nori from the Pacific Ocean, this Atlantic Ocean laver sometimes contains tiny whole shells (mollusks).(4)Unlike nori from the Pacific Ocean, this Atlantic Ocean laver is priced much higher per ounce than nori.ADVANTAGES:(1)Simply add boiling hot water to this Atlantic Ocean laver to make it into a delicious, salty, seaweed soup.BIOLOGY LESSON:(1)Atlantic Ocean dulse, Atlantic Ocean laver, Pacific Ocean nori, and Pacific Ocean ogo (limu) are classified as "red" seaweeds. "Red" seaweeds are classified as plants; they are not chromalveolates.(2)Atlantic Ocean alaria, Pacific Ocean wakame, Pacific Ocean mekabu (wakame), Pacific Ocean kombu (kelp), Pacific Ocean arame (kelp), Pacific Ocean mozuku (kelp), Pacific Ocean limu moui (kelp), and Pacific Ocean hijiki (pronounced, hiziki, by the Japanese in Japan) are classified as "brown" seaweeds. "Brown" seaweeds are classified as chromalveolates; they are not plants.CONCLUSION:(1)People who already eat nori regularly should definitely try eating this Atlantic Ocean laver at least once in their lifetime. This unusual experience will be a change of pace that will truly be worth the money.(2)People who don't normally eat seaweeds should buy only the 2 best-selling seaweeds: nori from the Pacific Ocean and wakame from the Pacific Ocean.
Sand...

1.0 out of 5.0 by Lban on April 26, 2018
Is this product not meant to be eaten right out of the bag? What is an acceptable level of sand?Product is also sold by VitaminSea via Amazon and DOES NOT ACCEPT returns.I had been buying Maine Coast Sea Vegetable which cost a little more, and never had sand. Maybe some sea-life, but no sand.The seaweed itself is great but is loaded with sand. It's not superficial either, you can't just shake the sand out. I tried cleaning it dry by peeling and prying, but it's the ultra fine silt that's dried into the folds. I'm hoping this is just a f-up batch. There's even a dash of sand at the bottom of the bag.If you plan on washing your seaweed then this might be fine, but don't beware if you're planning on eating this right out of the bag.Update:I've included pictures from my purchase. Sand in bag is what was already in the bag from shipping. Rocks and sand on plate is from my attempt to clean the sand. Next two pictures are to show the sand folded deeply in the seaweed.--guy who rarely leaves 1-star reviews...
Small chunks of grit.

1.0 out of 5.0 by Lauren Lake on May 19, 2018
My bag has small bits of grit mixed in. Bigger than sand. Almost small rocks. I have to sift through and pick out each time I use some.
We Love your seaweed!

5.0 out of 5.0 by jl on January 13, 2017
We are very happy with the order so far. We are using it as a nutritional aid with admirable results over and above other similar product.s in only days .We have additionally ordered the Irish moss. Thanks also for the recipe book which we will over time put to use as we add to our variety of seaweed on hand to cook with. For now we are enjoying it raw for the greatest health benefits. Kudos for a superb product, we will be ordering more of your seaweed products.
Good for my turtles

5.0 out of 5.0 by therese90 on January 5, 2017
I am using this for my turtles. This has a strong scent, I prefer for sushi, smoked dried prepared nori. You get a lot of it, high quality and my turtles love it. Glad I found this product. Not sure how other people use it, what I can do with it. May have to research this online.
Mouthfuls of sand /grit / pebbles!!!

1.0 out of 5.0 by Erin Pipal on December 11, 2018
I am very disappointed. I cannot take more than two nibbles of this before I encounter sand or actual pebbles. I don't think I can safely offer this to my kids, let alone anyone with teeth. I'm not sure I want to risk breaking my teeth eating this product. The first time I ordered it it was clean of debris, so I decided to purchase the large bag. Unfortunately, this item is non returnable. I can't recommend this product. I will have to switch brands.
healthy choices...

4.0 out of 5.0 by Gordon A. Yumibe on April 12, 2017
I really started to ramp up my daily dinner salads...homemade miso dressing, natto, and sprout seeds...I became a little concerned about using pacific nori because of radiation worries....I found this brand sourced from the other side of the world and have began to use it along with all the other healthy choices....am glad I found this!Thanks!
Four Stars

4.0 out of 5.0 by judy on December 19, 2017
great taste

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