Emerald Cove Sea Vegetables -Kombu

Emerald Cove Sea Vegetables -Kombu -- 1.76 oz

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Emerald Cove Sea Vegetables -Kombu -- 1.76 oz

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Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 4 g
Servings per Container: About 12
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
  Calories from Fat0*
  Total Fat0 g0%
  Saturated Fat0 g0%
  Trans Fat0 g0%
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium110 mg5%
Potassium240 mg7%
Total Carbohydrate2 g1%
  Dietary Fiber0 g0%
  Sugars0 g*
Protein0 g*
Vitamin A0%
Vitamin C0%
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Sun-dried kombu seaweed (Laminaria japonica).

Emerald Cove Sea Vegetables -Kombu Description

  • Premium Quality Dried Seaweed
  • An Edible Ocean Plant

Emerald Cove® Kombu is a fine source of natural sodium glutamate, and, when used as a base for soups and broths, acts as a natural flavor enhancer for all other ingredients. Kombu also softens beans and makes their protein more digestible.

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Emerald Cove Sea Vegetables -Kombu -- 1.76 oz 4.8 5 8 8
health giving product Using sea vegetables is an easy way to get iodine (necessary for thyroid health) into my body. I add Kombu to soup broths. DON"T use iodized table salt to add iodine to your diet since it is a "dead" salt, processed in a factory, with synthetic iodine added. Your body can't utilize iodized table salt and it is very hard on the kidneys. Use a high quality air-dried sea salt, instead. Two things your kidneys need are water and salt; the right kind, of course. June 22, 2015
Needed for cooking legumes I read a great article a long while back on how to make beans the most digestible and nutritious. It mentioned soaking beans for several days even, with a piece of kombu in it. Even a half or quarter piece is sufficient for soaking with the beans. I change out the water twice a day and soak for 3-5 days. Then I cut the kombu with kitchen scissors into small pieces and cook with the beans in my pressure cooker. Stovetop cooking is even better as the kombu will break down and enrich the bean "gravy" even more. Great umami flavor addition! May 7, 2015
Adds "Sea" Flavor I use bits of this in curries and soups that call for fish sauce or other fishy items. I unfortunately cannot stomach fish for whatever reason, but in recipes that rely on that flavor profile (like thai foods or pho stock) I find this adds that bit of oomph to balance the taste. Bonus is the added iodine! April 7, 2015
I use this to add to my beans when cooking to make them softer and more digestible. It works, and you can also make dashi with it May 26, 2014
Have never found a better product I use the Kombu in many recipes, and always with outstanding results. I like the way it cooks up, and the freshness of the taste in my recipes. I will not be using any other brand in the future. June 2, 2013
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