Enjoy an Unexpected Taste of Ireland at Mungo Murphy Seaweed Co.

Irish seaweed may not be the first thing you dream of tasting on a trip to Ireland, but this account of a visit to Mungo Murphy’s Seaweed Co. will change your mind. On a visit to Galway, I ticked off...

California's Forage Wars

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

" . . . Renick and her friends and family routinely defy California laws and natural-resource management regulations they say obstruct their right to maintain these traditional practices. The stake...

Frozen seaweed salad - can I refreeze?

by Douglasfairy2 2 years ago

I bought a 1 kg bag frozen seaweed salad and entire bag Is defrosted. Can I refreeze left over?

Crispy Seaweed akin to Sugarfish / Kazunori?

by sandok 3 years ago

The seaweed for the hand rolls at Sugarfish and Kazunori are amazing. I'm wondering if it's possible to buy this premium quality of crispy seaweed in an Asian Market. Is there a particular brand ...

Where can I find Japanese "Umi Budo" (Sea Grapes)?

by tokyotower 4 years ago

Do you know of any restaurants or grocery stores in NYC that serves/sells Umi Budo (Japanese sea grape seaweed!) It's an Okinawan delicacy and I want to try it! If you have had it, do you love or h...

Where to get kombu (seaweed) in San Francisco or Marin

by genma 5 years ago

Hi everyone! First post here! I'm trying to find kombu (seaweed) and can't find it in big grocery stores. Anyone knows where could I get it preferably in Marin county (where I live) otherwis...

Unbelievably Good Nori - A Revelation

by omotosando 15 years ago

Until recently, I lacked a real appreciation that there is nori and then there is nori. But then about 7 weeks ago, I was cruising the aisles at my local Mitsuwa and was intrigued by an end aisle ...

Kombu Dashi (Brady Williams, Canlis, Seattle)

by outRIAAge 5 years ago

My search for the perfect dashi took me many places, not least to "Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art" by Shizuo and Yoshiki Tsuji, which is an encyclopedic, recently-updated tome. But I always susp...

Costco Foods you need in your Life?

by andrewtree 6 years ago

Can any Chows recommend the Seaweed and Brown rice chips, or the Kind bars? Or where in the store I may find them?

Seaweed Bows Recipe?

by TomG 16 years ago

After passing them on display at my local Chinese market for months I gave into temptation and bought a pound, but was unsuccessful in finding a "how to" recipe. Way too tough and salty fresh, nic...

Pho + Seaweed?

by dong_wings 6 years ago

Hello! I am planning on making some Pho which is normally a beef broth + rice noodles. I've seen vegan pho made with seaweed and thought, why not use both beef AND seaweed? Just curious if anyone e...

Kosher seaweed salad

by Kosher_Fiend 6 years ago

Any ideas where I can get packaged heckshered seaweed salad in the NYC area (that is, as opposed to in a restaurant)?

Japanese Seaweed Salad -Bright Green Colour - seeking>if possible >without chemicals

by AMETHYSTENERGY 6 years ago

I would like to purchase ready to eat, prepared Japanese Seaweed Salad. It is a bright green colour. I have eaten it at Kanda and also some Chinese buffet restaurants that have a Sushi section. I w...

What type of Seaweed is used to make the Japanese Seaweed Salad?

by AMETHYSTENERGY 6 years ago

What type of Seaweed is used to make the Japanese Seaweed Salad which is a bright green colour and appears in little strands which appear to be translucent ? And does it come from Japan only? Thanks!

"Bacon" from seaweed

by BobB 6 years ago

If they can commercialize this it could be major. http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-find-seaweed-that-tastes-like-bacon-but-is-better-for-you-than-kale

Finding the Seaweed Used in Japanese Seaweed Salad

by JoJo5 10 years ago

Hi everyone, I've fallen in love with seaweed salad and want to make it at home. Anyone know where I can buy the seaweed in bulk? I have all of the other ingredients and now just need the main on...

About Kimbap

by hannaone 9 years ago

This post is response to: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/897704#8011981 I think that kimbap is probably one of the best foods from Korea. It is pretty easy to make, and has nearly unlimited ...

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