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Edible seaweed

seaweed snacks (eg. Tong Garden, Dae Chun Gim) seaweed in instant noodles (eg. Jongga, Four Seas, Nongshim) seaweed as food for livestock Seaweeds are rich...

Last Update: 2022-11-12T00:37:48Z Word Count : 2126 Synonim Edible seaweed

Itthipat Peeradechapan

entrepreneur. He is most well known for his product Tao Kae Noi, a fried seaweed snack, which is sold around the Asia-Pacific area. He and his family own 73%...

Last Update: 2022-11-25T12:57:07Z Word Count : 535 Synonim Itthipat Peeradechapan

Tao Kae Noi

manufacturer and distributor of crispy seaweed snack. The company has three food and beverage business operations: snacks, restaurants, and seasoning powder...

Last Update: 2021-12-16T23:13:01Z Word Count : 157 Synonim Tao Kae Noi

Guanyin

to entrepreneur Top (Itthipat Peeradechapan), founder of Tao Kae Noi Seaweed Snacks, providing him inspiration during his period of uncertainty. Fantasy...

Last Update: 2022-11-25T07:59:41Z Word Count : 10571 Synonim Guanyin

List of snack foods

Walnuts Junk food List of Indian snacks List of Indonesian snacks List of Japanese snacks List of pastries List of snack foods by country List of street...

Last Update: 2022-09-17T05:32:46Z Word Count : 1097 Synonim List of snack foods

Korean wave

2021. "After Success of BTS Meal, K-pop Stars to Launch Korean Dried Seaweed Snacks Globally This September!". The Times of India. 25 August 2021. Retrieved...

Last Update: 2022-11-27T00:17:37Z Word Count : 37447 Synonim Korean wave

Northern Irish cuisine

these six ingredients are often sold together as “soup veg”. Dulse is a seaweed snack food. Originally, it was harvested by fishermen for income supplementation...

Last Update: 2022-11-23T13:57:11Z Word Count : 737 Synonim Northern Irish cuisine

Fritter

day, are popular in South Africa. Fritters are extremely popular roadside snacks all over South Asia and are commonly referred to as pakora (pakoda) or bhajji...

Last Update: 2022-11-07T09:09:46Z Word Count : 1784 Synonim Fritter

Pringles

a plan to grow its international snacks business. The acquisition of Pringles makes Kellogg the second-largest snack company in the world. As of 2015...

Last Update: 2022-11-17T10:30:02Z Word Count : 2680 Synonim Pringles

Disodium guanylate

Disodium guanylate is produced from dried seaweed and is often added to instant noodles, potato chips and other snacks, savory rice, tinned vegetables, cured...

Last Update: 2021-02-25T01:26:36Z Word Count : 186 Synonim Disodium guanylate

Sahmyook Foods

Roasted Seaweed Flakes Roasted Seaweed Original Flavor Roasted Seaweed Snack Olive Roasted Seaweed Snack Sesame Roasted Seaweed Sushi Sheets Seaweed Flakes...

Last Update: 2020-10-18T23:25:18Z Word Count : 322 Synonim Sahmyook Foods

Konjac

slightly oceanic taste and smell (from the seaweed powder added to it, though some forms omit the seaweed). It is valued more for its texture than flavor...

Last Update: 2022-11-25T14:01:36Z Word Count : 1699 Synonim Konjac

List of Korean dishes

Geonjin guksu (건진국수) Jjapaguri (ram-don) Gimbap (literally, seaweed-rice, 김밥) is a very popular snack in Korea. It consists of cooked rice, sesame oil, salt...

Last Update: 2022-11-17T00:06:43Z Word Count : 3608 Synonim List of Korean dishes

Kelp

Kelps are large brown algae seaweeds that make up the order Laminariales. There are about 30 different genera. Despite its appearance, kelp is not a plant...

Last Update: 2022-10-19T20:14:43Z Word Count : 3180 Synonim Kelp

Kombu

largest consumers of kelp are the Japanese, who have incorporated kelp and seaweed into their diets for over 1,500 years. There are about eighteen edible...

Last Update: 2022-07-25T04:48:17Z Word Count : 1917 Synonim Kombu

Mahua (snack)

sugar glutinous rice, spicy, seaweed, chocolate, and honey. The spicy flavor Mahua is a signature Mahua of Chongqing. The snack is extremely popular in Panama...

Last Update: 2021-10-10T00:26:18Z Word Count : 664 Synonim Mahua (snack)

Monosodium glutamate

was trying to isolate and duplicate the savory taste of kombu, an edible seaweed used as a base for many Japanese soups. MSG balances, blends, and rounds...

Last Update: 2022-11-02T06:54:25Z Word Count : 4419 Synonim Monosodium glutamate

Palmaria palmata

(Setchel et Gardner) van der Meer et Bird. Dulse is similar to another seaweed, Dilsea carnosa, but Dilsea is more leathery with blades up to 30 cm (12 in)...

Last Update: 2022-05-29T13:00:05Z Word Count : 1493 Synonim Palmaria palmata

Spam musubi

combined in an enormous musubi (rice ball) wrapped in nori (sheets of dried seaweed)," with Funamura quoted, "That's the Spam musubi." Eventually Funamura's...

Last Update: 2022-11-20T03:11:49Z Word Count : 1080 Synonim Spam musubi

Wild edible and medicinal plants of British Columbia

Columbia that are used traditionally by First Nations peoples. These include seaweeds, rhizomes and shoots of flowering plants, berries, and fungi. Almost all...

Last Update: 2022-11-16T19:57:31Z Word Count : 1675 Synonim Wild edible and medicinal plants of British Columbia

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Edible seaweed

Edible seaweed, or sea vegetables, are seaweeds that can be eaten and used for culinary purposes. They typically contain high amounts of fiber. They may belong to one of several groups of multicellular algae: the red algae, green algae, and brown algae. Seaweeds are also harvested or cultivated for the extraction of polysaccharides such as alginate, agar and carrageenan, gelatinous substances collectively known as hydrocolloids or phycocolloids. Hydrocolloids have attained commercial significance, especially in food production as food additives. The food industry exploits the gelling, water-retention, emulsifying and other physical properties of these hydrocolloids.Most edible seaweeds are marine algae whereas most freshwater algae are toxic. Some marine algae contain acids that irritate the digestion canal, while others can have a laxative and electrolyte-balancing effect. Most marine macroalgae are nontoxic in normal quantities, but members of the genus Lyngbya are potentially lethal. Typically poisoning is caused by eating fish which have fed on Lyngbya or on other fish which have done so. This is called ciguatera poisoning. Handling Lyngbya majuscula can also cause seaweed dermatitis. Some species of Desmarestia are highly acidic, with vacuoles of sulfuric acid that can cause severe gastrointestinal problems.The dish often served in western Chinese restaurants as 'Crispy Seaweed' is not seaweed but cabbage that has been dried and then fried.


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