TibetanGold™ Purple ‘Ormus Rich’ Sea Weed

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Purple ‘Ormus Rich’ Sea Weed (For Seaweed Soup, Seaweed Tea or Salads)

Each dried disk is enough for 4 servings, or a large pot of soup of rehydrated Ormus rich Seaweed. Product of Taiwan.

Purple Seaweed (purple laver ) Purple Seaweed - Highest in vitamins This is a highly nutritious natural seaweed, it is an excellent source of vitamins B6, B12, A, B1, B2, B3, C and E, iron, iodide, potassium, trace Ormus elements and natural pigments; and also contains significant amounts of vegetable protein, fiber, and other minerals and trace nutrients. This protein-rich seaweed is popular in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Wales. In Wales, it is used to make 'laverbread'.  Welsh laverbread is boiled laver (seaweed) mixed with oatmeal and deep fried.  Laverbread can be used to thicken soups, like a dumpling, and in seafood stuffings. Can be crushed and added to breads, cornbread, biscuits, or other non-sweet cakes in the dough before baking.

Sheets of dried laver look somewhat like purple cellophane. To rehydrate, soak it in water for about an hour, then add it to soups and salads.   Has a mild flavor, so it's a good choice if you want to slip a nutritious sea vegetable unobtrusively into your soups and stews in order to fortify them with calcium, iron, and other nutrients.  When rehydrated, it roughly quadruples in size, so a little goes a long way.  Don’t wipe off the white residue that often appears on the surface of the soup; it's very flavorful, and Ormus -rich. 

Preparation: This is great added to any meat soup, particularly delicious with chicken soup, or pork soup. Or like the Japanese do, you can simply serve it as a table vegetable with meals (add sesame seeds, vinegar, or just salt and pepper. But don’t throw out the water you boil it in, drink it.


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 05 April, 2006.

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