Soak Iziki seaweed in water for approximately 20 minutes, dry and cut it into pieces. Boil the seaweed for about 15 minutes and add it into salads, rice or vegetable meals. You can flavour it with soy sauce as well.
Possible white coating is not a defect of the product, it is a crystallized sea salt.
Iziki is a black seaweed growing on submerged rocks of the Pacific coast of Japan. It needs the sunlight for their growth, that is why Iziki is usually only 1-2 metres below the sea level. It is harvested by hand in spring. Unlike other seaweed, Iziki is dried with warm air as well.
The Muso Company was established 30 years ago according to the basic principles of macrobiotic diet, which is a specific way of a diet and lifestyle. The company emphasises and focuses on quality and uses traditional manufacturing processes. The ingredients used to produce the products are not genetically modified.
CompositionIziki seaweed (Hizikia fusiformis). Possible white coating is not a defect of the product, it is a crystallized sea salt.
Store in a dry place in a sealed packaging.