Shirakiku Sushi Nori Seaweed Sheets - 50 Sheets
- These Sushi Nori seaweed sheets are perfect for rolling sushi
- Each sheet has perforated sections so it can also be easily cut to make musubi...Our favorite is Spam Musubi!
- Quantity: 50 sheets in a resealable package
- Size: Each sushi nori seaweed sheet is approximately 7.5" X 8.5"
- ***Shirakiku Brand***
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Top Customer Reviews
It's not clear how much damage the roasting process inflicts on the healthfulness of nori. The worst possibility might be that roasting converts some of the long-chain omega-3 fatty acid, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), in nori into trans fat. Also, roasting might create the same mutagens that Americans create every day when they cook their meats such as nitrosamines, heterocyclic amines, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, dietary advanced glycation endproducts, dietary advanced lipoxidation endproducts, alkanals, alkenals, etc.
Advantages of all nori products:
(1)Nori contains estrogen-blocking phytochemicals which, similar to the phytoestrogens in soybean foods and flaxseeds, dramatically lowered the risk of breast cancer to less than half when Korean women who ate gim (nori) regularly were compared against Korean women who didn't eat gim (nori) regularly.
(2)Nori is a moderately good source of the long-chain omega-3 fatty acid, eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). However, like all other "red" seaweeds and like all "brown" seaweeds, it contains plenty of EPA but zero DPA and zero DHA. [The algal DHA supplements being sold to vegans derives its DHA from a genetically engineered species of algae which was originally developed by NASA for the purpose of providing oxygen and nutrients to astronauts on long space flights. All plants that grow on land contain zero EPA, zero DPA, and zero DHA but they frequently do contain ALA].
(3)Nori is moderately rich in iodine, which like zinc and selenium, is a beneficial antioxidant.Read more ›
They come vacuum sealed in a plastic bag. I was concerned that the top/bottom sheets would be powder - or at least have ruined edges - but the very first sheet in the bag was nearly perfect. I will definitely buy this again. Great price, too!
- Country of origin. Sure, it is China :( . Info about distributer is not enough.
- Was some radiation control for the product at USA territory? Sure no,
- Full information about ingredients. Because it's not only seaweed (its name?) As it roasted, some oil was used at least, what kind? Additions?
Maybe, will buy again in future, maybe try differnt. Fortunatly, there is a choice in same price range
It comes dried out, so I would recommend wetting it by dipping your fingers in a bowl of water and lightly rubbing it on your nori sheet before filling.
Overall, a great product. I would buy again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tastes great. Large package for me, as I don't roll on a regular basis. But it will keep. Resealable pouch.Published 2 months ago by Mogwai
This item is not eligible for return and has a california P65 label/warning on it, presumably for LEAD or CADMIUM. :(Published 10 months ago by N and S
Best price I've found anywhere on nori sheets. My kids love these just as snacks.Published 10 months ago by methylethel
i love this product and highly recomended to buy if you want to make sushiPublished 11 months ago by Catsmorgan
Deelish! And so versatile. I use them for sandwich wraps, in place of tortilla chips, and put them in soups.Published 11 months ago by J
Actually, I can get it cheaper at the local oriental store.
Nevertheless, it is good.
I am not happy to see this warning that says: "This product contains chemicals known to State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Read morePublished 11 months ago by H. Lyons