Recipe Directions

I’ve never actually measured how much of each I put in the salad; this is my guess. Feel free to adjust if you want it saltier/hotter/sweeter, etc.

First soak the seaweed and rinse very well. While the seaweed soaks, mix the other ingredients in your serving bowl with a whisk. Dry seaweed a little with a towel (not absolutely necessary but I think it helps) and throw in the bowl.

Toss. Serve with nori rolls!

Mandelicious's Thoughts

Like the stuff in the sushi bar. That stuff comes from a giant vat shipped from Asia, and has cooked oils and sugar, so your will be much fresher and healthier!

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Wow I have be scouring the net looking for this recipe and now you did all the work. Many thanks. I may try using lemon for the acid.

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I made this using soaked, previously-dried seaweed (wakame, hijiki, and dulse), and also had to sub rice vinegar for the apple cider variety, and it STILL came out utterly delicious. Thanks SO much for posting this recipe!

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Hi Abbeycamp, that's where I get it too! I think I also usually put apple cider in there... I should add it to the ingredients.

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I found the seaweed in the refrigerated section of my health food store (Rainbow Grocery in SF - the Whole Foods in California supposedly carry it too). It's called Mixed Sea Vegetables by Sea Tangle. I added a little apple cider vinegar as well. This is definitely a keeper. The only thing is I didn't rinse enough as you said and it's a little grainy. Will have to remember that for next time!

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I buy it at the health food store. It looks a little different than the japanese restaurant kind, but it works for me.

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loveseaweed.com chefraw.com

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I love this sald. I, too, have been trying to find the wakame--pleae give us the website.

Your salad looks delish.

Thanks

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I have been scouring the internet for a raw recipe of this dish. Thank you! Where do you get the seaweed in salt? Is it just dried Wakame?

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