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Seaweed Salad
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: February 20, 2007 08:15PM

How do you make a seaweed salad?

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Date: February 21, 2007 05:40AM

I have a pretty simple seaweed salad recipe on my blog which might work for ya

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My website: The Coconut Chronicles

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: taylor ()
Date: February 21, 2007 12:04PM

i found nori sheets-it was at the normal grocery store.now to find dulse.is this seaweed salad?i am thinking of going to the oriental store and looking.is dulse expenseive? do u need a japanese rolling matt to make nori rolls?thanks so much taylor

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: pakd4fun ()
Date: February 21, 2007 01:59PM

I found powdered dulse at the health food store for seasoning. I use wakame in my seaweed salad with lemon and cucumber, very simple. When I used to make cooked rice sushi I needed a rolling mat but I find it is easier without one for all the raw sushi or nori rolls. I think raw sushi is so much better than cooked and way easier to make.

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: sodoffsocks ()
Date: February 25, 2007 03:08AM

Hi guys,

Here's what I made for dinner.

A handful of Arame (Emerald Cove brand, FYI).
One small/medium carrot.
One small Shallow.
One Avocado.
A tablespoon (or how much you like) of hulled hempseeds.

Soak the seaweed for 5 to 10 minutes. Juilean the carrot (I used a hand held juilean thingy, kind of like a vegitable peeler). Cube the Avo. Chop the Shollow fairly thinly. Mix all the ingreedients (sp?) together including the hempseed. And it's ready to eat.

If you like, add a dash of Nama Shoyu. Quick, easy, yummy and it even looks pretty (oranage, green, black...).

Cheers,
Ian.

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: Bikini ()
Date: February 25, 2007 03:31AM

Hi Ian.

Your recipe sounds cool, but what's a Shallow? I've never heard of it.

Thanks!

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: sodoffsocks ()
Date: February 25, 2007 04:40AM

It's a rather small onion type thing, but tastes way better than an onion. It's got lots of flavor for it's size (like the flavor of a large onion), and since it's small it's only like eating a small part of an onion.

I like onion flavor, but could never eat a whole one raw. Even when I was eating cooked foods I would always use Shallows rather than onions if they are avaliable.

I normal pronounce Shallow: "Shallott" (or sharlot or shalloat or something like that, I suck at English as you can problem tell for the terrible grammar and spelling....).

Cheers,
Ian.

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: JGex ()
Date: February 27, 2007 03:33PM

I've got arame soaking to make a cucumber salad today.

I want to figure out how to make seaweed salad like I get at the sushi restaurant...... Mmmmmmm.

Judy

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: Diana (Cda) ()
Date: March 03, 2007 03:01PM

I suspect that this is a typo and that the recipe is actually calling for shallots <g>.

The following links are pictures of shallots (I've added several because any given link won't work for everyone):
[img.alibaba.com]
[www.21food.com]
[www.flourphoto.com]
[botany.cs.tamu.edu]
[www.shallot.biz]
[www.fothergills.co.uk]

Cheers. yawning smileyD

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Re: Seaweed Salad
Posted by: la_veronique ()
Date: March 06, 2007 01:50PM

oh my gosh , some people are TOO COOL!
thanks diana for the picture of shallots
for some reason, it brightened up my morning

hey sodoffsocks

i like yer spelling better
shallows,shalloats, sharlots...

its more elegant and purtier sounding then just plain ole "shallots"

teee heee!

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