it kind of reminds me of clam chowder. without the clams. i suppose if you wanted something like clam chowder you could make this with mushrooms in it.
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in a medium bowl, soak the seaweed for 15 to 60 minutes. i actaully forgot to do this the first tim i made this and it came out really seaweedy. i imagine you could soak the seaweed in some sort of juice, if you wanted to influence the flavor in a certain direction.
drain the seaweed and transfer to a bowl.
in a blender or food processor combine the celery juice, pine nuts, garlic, and lemon juice. blend thoroughly.
i warmed this up. you don't have to.

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it kind of reminds me of clam chowder. without the clams. i suppose if you wanted something like clam chowder you could make this with mushrooms in it.

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sounds yummy!!!!

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HA!!! Thanks for that clip! something to watch while I'm eating the chowder! :)

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Just hate the taste of them raw. toasted is okay... thanks for this!

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sure almonds would probably work. why do you hate pine nuts? something i should know? i think that's the same kind of laver i used. i too attempted to snack on it. yuck. try the chowder. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eYSpIz2FjU

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Sounds interesting....I hate pine nuts with a passion so I will probably use almonds, though. This is funny because I just bought a bag of Maine Sea Coast Laver the other day and tried to snack on it but it was too chewy, so a recipe including it is probably better suited to this type of seaweed.

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