Nori alga is part of millennium culinary traditions of coastal people in China, Japan, Polynesia, Hawai, Great Britain, Iceland and Siberia. Ancient Chinese writings from the 4th century BC talk about alga so refined that they were served at the Kings table. Native culinary traditions such as Inuit also incorporate alga in their diet. In the Arctic coasts, alga has always been part of the Native’s diet during food shortage season.
Place your favorite vegetables in a Nori sheet, sprinkle some walnut pieces in there and roll the sheet up tightly. Moisten the sheet with a little water to seal the roll. You can also crumble Nori sheets on your salads, pastas or soups!
1 year in a cool, dry cupboard.
Nori is the most consumed seaweed in the world!