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Which seaweed snack?

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Created March 17, 2012 at 8:40 PM

Which seaweed snack do you eat and why? How much do you eat to get enough iodine?

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on March 18, 2012
at 05:29 PM

this is what i've done with coconut oil, surprisingly addicting

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on March 18, 2012
at 03:02 AM

Good call they are super yummy. Hope you like 'em too.

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Will have to try that!

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at 12:30 AM

I asked for this for my birthday when I was 6. Seriously, my favourite salad EVER.

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on March 17, 2012
at 08:43 PM

I was just wondering this myself!

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on March 18, 2012
at 04:19 PM

I didn't particularly care for the SeaSnax flavor I tried (chipotle). I'm sticking with dulse. It's higher in iodine than the seaweed SeaSnax is made from (nori/porphyra) and it's easy to add to salad or soup. According to the nutrition info on the Maine Sea Vegetables bag, 1T of dulse has ~150% of the DV for iodine.

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on March 18, 2012
at 12:31 AM

After some research, I am going to try SeaSnax since they seem to be the only one not fried in canola oil. They use olive oil & are Whole9-approved

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on March 18, 2012
at 03:02 AM

Good call they are super yummy. Hope you like 'em too.

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on March 17, 2012
at 10:49 PM

My favorite is to get the bulk nori sheets, tear them in 1/4 size squares, then eat each one with some salt and olive oil (or butter) slathered on.

Dabdb4e771b72dff14709b0258b207a7

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on March 18, 2012
at 03:01 AM

Will have to try that!

293ba4c95d190bc616b27d85b10d705a

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on March 18, 2012
at 05:29 PM

this is what i've done with coconut oil, surprisingly addicting

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on March 17, 2012
at 09:54 PM

I love wakame salad with lots of toasted sesame seeds. I eat it because it's delicious, but it also has more iodine gram for gram than iodized salt. Mostly, though? It's yummy, and the sushi restaurant near me will make it without soy sauce or sugar if I ask.

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on March 18, 2012
at 12:30 AM

I asked for this for my birthday when I was 6. Seriously, my favourite salad EVER.

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