Pacific Harvest

  • Wakame is one of the sweeter tasting sea vegetables, requiring little preparation. It is highly recommended in the Macrobiotic diet because of its highly alkaline qualities, and in Japanese folk medicine, Wakame is known as a cleanser and a strengthener of the blood.

    Wakame is an excellent source of minerals, good source of vegetarian protein, dietary fibre, calcium & iron, essential amino acids and Vitamins A, B1, B2, B12 & C, it is often given to people recovering from disease or women who have just given birth.
  • Pacific Harvest Wakame has been blanched, cut into fronds and dried. It can be easily rehydrated back to its original state and beautiful green colour by placing the dried fronds in warm water for 3 minutes - it will expand to about 5 times its dried size.

    In cooking, Wakame is a subtle mix of marine flavours. It can be used as a side vegetable in a meal, in soups or made into salads. The normal serving size is about 1 tablespoon of dried Wakame (about 2.5 grams).
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  • Totally natural Wakame (undaria sp.) dried sea vegetable - free of additives.
  • I love this stuff, and I eat this in some way every day. Easy, just sprinkle in your soup and wait a minute or two and it's ready to eat."

    - B. Hood (Houston, United States)

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  • Pacific HarvestDoug and Louise Fawcett bought Pacific Harvest in 2002 with the idea of making sea vegetables a more integral part of Western cooking with a focus equally on the superfood aspects of seaweed as well as providing a great taste experience.

    New Zealand based Pacific Harvest supplies fine seaweed which are made in small and high quality batches. Their types of seaweed from New Zealand include Karengo (NZ Nori) , Agar and Kelp. All of the sea vegetables are selected and hand-harvested by professionals that have made a career of harvesting seaweed. This process is undertaken in areas of New Zealand where nature has remained pristine and free of contaminants.

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