Emerald Cove Pacific Sushi Nori -- 50 Sheets
I roll my own sushi and musubi and nori at the grocery can every expensive. This is a great tasting product at a great price.
November 1, 2014
ok price for organic
I could buy Nori at my local Asian store and it would be less expensive, but they don't sell organic. This is one of those items that I'll buy if there is extra money in the budget, otherwise, I'll just buy the non-organic.
September 10, 2014
I have eaten many different brands of nori and this is the tastiest I have had! I keep coming back to buy this nori because it is just perfect. Crispy and delicious! I love it for my sushi and for just snacking on. I crumble a bit over rice and it just gives it this great flavor.
July 16, 2014
Nutritious, Delicious & Somewhat Economical
While I saute veggies and mushrooms for an omelet, I rip up part of a sheet and add the bits to the pan. Then I add a couple of eggs and some buttermilk, whipping them in the pan. Next I add a few slices of cheddar (or perhaps shredded cheese) and sprinkle on seasonings for a hearty breakfast or for a light meal at other times.
The package gives instructions for a tasty and quick rice vinegar sauce for wraps. I pour a very small amount of the vinegar mixture over the rice, which I have spread on the sheet before adding some pickled ginger and whatever prepared protein I have ready to use. These nori sheets are part of a healthy meal, or a great snack instead of chips. I have also taken them on long trips for snacking. Great for air travel since they are so light weight.
July 5, 2013
This nori is perfectly crisp and sweet... and incredibly nutritious to boot! Also, this package is the best bang for your buck, especially if you devour it daily. (Smaller-sized packages will be much more expensive per sheet, and 50 sheets will last a while for most individuals.) ;)
Of course, you can use it for sushi and sashimi, but I tend to be creative! It is perfect for wrapping: noritos (nori burritos), veggie wraps, omelette/egg wraps. It is also delicious torn up and topped on a salad. I've also used it to make semi-raw nori crackers (with raw carrots, almonds, flax, seasonings) in my dehydrator... crunchy!
April 30, 2013