HEALTHY EATING HAS NEVER BEEN SO DELICIOUS...
From the clean waters of the Galician Coast of Spain, hand harvested from it’s natural environment, the wakame leaves are green and have a sweet flavor with a crunchy texture and somewhat meaty. It is one of the most consumed globally due to it’s subtle, delicate flavor and smooth texture. Dehydrated at low temperatures to keep the integrity of the algae.
Thanks to its mild flavor, it’s widely used in cuisines across Asia as appetizers, ingredients in soups or side dishes!
Mild oyster flavor
Hydrated: in soups and salads.
Organic dehydrated Wakame seaweed
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FROM THE THE SEA...
Khayyan presents its native organic algae from the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Galicia, dried using a traditional, safe method of preservation learned from the peoples and cultures that have consumed sea vegetables since these seas were occupied. Sustainably harvested dried algae remain in perfect condition for many years and are easy to transport and store at room temperature. All Khayyan sea vegetables are dried at a low temperature to preserve the maximum nutritional value found in these delicate vegetables.
All things considered, seaweed represents one of the most versatile types of food in the world. Whether you like to use them in salads, cook them in broths or otherwise snack on them as a part of the plan to lose weight, introducing these sea plants into your diet can not only improve the taste of your meals but also have real health benefits!
One of the world’s last great renewable resources, seaweed is a cultural, culinary and environmental treasure. Seaweed has emerged on the global culinary stage as a new superfood prepared the right way, it can be delicious, a natural product that is highly sustainable and extraordinarily nutritious. Seaweed is both one of the world’s last great renewable resources and a culinary treasure ready for discovery.
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SEAWEED: THE SUPER FOOD