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2016-06-22 00:39:15|Food

  Seaweed.  Not the dark cabbage with seasoning that you pick up from your local takeaway but, edible seaweed that is high in fibre and a complete protein.  It is an excellent source of iodine, rich in calcium, vitamin A and B12 and omega-3 fatty acids.  Whether it is wrapped around sushi or used in a delicious broth or salad, it is versatile superfood that is easy to use.     I have a recipe in Eat Clean: Wok Yourself to Health for a zingy Japanese-inspired seaweed pickle - Wakame seaweed, wood ear mushrooms, julienne carrots and miso, miring, rice vinegar, salt, sugar.  The recipe is packed with flavour and full of vitamins.  The mushrooms add a satisfying crunch and the miso dressing adds a delicious salty flavour.  To bulk it up you can add some quinoa or wild rice and smoked tofu.     Full recipe in Eat Clean: Wok Yourself to Health.   Would love to hear how you guys use seaweed in your cooking.   Love, Ching x


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