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  • #257629
    Hummer HumbugHummer
    Keymaster

    As most of you will no doubt be aware of.. wakame, nori etc are excellent source’s of dietary nutrition.

    Being a fairly new convert, I have developed a big liking to the humble sea vege & have discovered some tasty recipe’s myself, but I am looking to expand ..

    Do any of you members have your own trusty seaweed recipe that you care to share ?

    :woohoo:

    #531215
    WombatWombat
    Member

    Hey Bumhug!

    sorry mate, It’s not my thing!

    where do you find seaweed you would be game to harvest? :sick:

    Nev

    #531216
    Hummer HumbugHummer
    Keymaster

    Hello Mr Bomwat, long time no see.. what you been doing with yourself ? :hug:

    Not sure about that myself (re; your question) …

    I did read something about growing it yourself somewhere among my travels.. that could be interesting 🙂

    #531217
    AirgeadAirgead
    Member

    There is a really nice Japanese seaweed salad that I make. Very simple. Just sesame oil, soy and chilli. Sprinkle of each on your seaweed and toss. Goes beautifully with sushi.

    Cheers

    Dave

    Edit – never made it myself but there is a really nice fermented seaweed kimchi you can get at korean shops. Seriously good.

    #531218
    Hummer HumbugHummer
    Keymaster

    Airgead post=353957 wrote: There is a really nice Japanese seaweed salad that I make. Very simple. Just sesame oil, soy and chilli. Sprinkle of each on your seaweed and toss. Goes beautifully with sushi.

    Cheers

    Dave

    Edit – never made it myself but there is a really nice fermented seaweed kimchi you can get at korean shops. Seriously good.

    Thanks Dave.. I have had wakame on rice cakes with toamto & kefir cheese & it’s so yumm!

    I like the sound of a kimchi seaweed ferment.. must look into that one :tup:

    #531219
    IdunaIduna
    Member

    I like wakame with cabbage or silverbeet, onion a little garlic and sesame oil.

    Can’t go wrong with miso soup, I sadly can’t find the red miso I love just the white and I don’t like that one very much. I don’t eat it with tofu as I don’t like what is offered here.

    Nori that has been toasted then “worked” in a plastic bag so it’s very fine almost powder like mixed with sesame seeds, a little salt and scrambled egg that has been dried, if you can get/find it a little bonito flakes mixed with it, sprinkle that over some hot rice or make rice balls and roll them in the mix… Yummo.

    #531220
    Hummer HumbugHummer
    Keymaster

    Airgead post=353957 wrote:

    Edit – never made it myself but there is a really nice fermented seaweed kimchi you can get at korean shops. Seriously good.

    I have just made some .. & I’m very excited about it, can’t wait to try it :woohoo:

    #531221
    AirgeadAirgead
    Member

    Wow! That was quick.

    Let me know how it comes out (and the recipe you used)….

    Cheers

    Dave

    #531222
    Hummer HumbugHummer
    Keymaster

    I was actually in the process of making a batch of Kimchi, so I just added the wakame to it.. it smells pretty good.

    It is also my own recipe.. so fingers crossed 🙂

    Though I believe that you can’t really go wrong when fermenting with whey… time will tell

    #531223
    WombatWombat
    Member

    Hey Ms Bumhug,

    Not much, wurkin’, websiting, the usual bits & pieces….

    How bout you?

    Is it all good in bumhug land?

    Since I got retrenched a couple of years ago I don’t get down to your neck of the woods any longer 🙁

    Nev

    #531224
    Hummer HumbugHummer
    Keymaster

    :laugh: :laugh:

    All is fair & just in bumhug land.. yep. Certainly no cause for complaining – mostly, anyway 🙂

    I have noticed that your travelling has pretty much ceased.. do you miss it ?

    #531225
    AndreAndre
    Keymaster

    G’day wombat dude.. glad to see you’re alive and kickin’ 🙂

    #531226
    AndreAndre
    Keymaster

    No recipes here, but I do like japanese food!

    If I can grow it, I’ll eat it 🙂

    #531227
    BobbeeBobbee
    Member

    Not a recipe but a comment, I use nori sheets but don’t use rice as a filler. I use kefir cheese, salmon – fresh or tinned, grated veg and anything I fancy at the time. Just need to think outside the square.

    My rolling leaves a lot to be desired but I hope I improve in time. :laugh:

    🙂

    #531228
    WombatWombat
    Member

    Hey Guys,

    Nah, don’t miss the travelling, I must be getting old :laugh:

    But yeah, still alive and kicking – it’s all good! 🙂

    Nev

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