Nori

Nori, a type of seaweed sheet known for being used to wrap sushi, is produced in a shredding and drying process that somewhat resembles papermaking. Nori’s nutritional value has been appreciated for thousands of years; at one point, sea vegetable gardens were available only to royalty on many Polynesian islands. Technically considered algae, nori remains a huge consumer product in many Asian countries, with an annual production value of about US$2 billion.  Nori is very rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, especially iodine and iron. It is also high in protein and fiber. No..

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