Recipe Directions

1. Mix all ingredients together

2. Once everything is mixed evenly add enough water to form a stiff dough.

3. Put a few big tablespoonfuls on a sheet of nori and spread around. I found the easiest way to do this was with a fork. Spread all the way to the edges.

4. Dehydrate until they reach your desired consistency. I dehydrated mine until they were crispy like crackers, but you could do more of a bread thing.

6. Enjoy! Love!

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By erin

Seaweed nori crackers. Try them!

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These were allright, I put avocado and cucumber on top and it was good, I needed more seasoning in them though- but I will definitely try again!!

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I just got a dehyrdator for Christmas(yay) and I plan to play around with this recipce but it sounds good. I like the idea of using the Nori sheet as an outer layer, and think many flavors could be incorporated here!

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Oh my gosh, these sound DIVINE. Thanks so much for the post, I can't wait to try them!

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This sound really yummy! I adore any type of seaweed so I'm sure I'm going to love this! I'm all out of Spirulina though. Is there anything else I could use as I substitute?

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