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Umibudo seaweed


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Umibudo is a seaweed called green caviar or sea grapes seaweed kept in Okinawa deep seawater. This seaweed grow only to Okinawa and is a healthy food from Okinawa Island. They are also known as sea grapes and eaten in Okinawa. The edible seaweed, which looks like a mini string of green pearls, pops in the mouth like caviar, is highly nutritious and beautiful.

Before serving, they should be lightly washed (to remove the sea water) and then soaked a couple of minutes in room temperature. Umi budo is eaten raw and dip in any sauce you like. A popular way is to use soy sauce and wazabi as you would do with sushis. It can also be added on top of a salada making it an original dishe. Important : Do not keep in fridge.

- Quantity: 50g
- Ready to eat
- Okinawa Product
- Store at room temperature away from direct sunlight.

  • Model: N-4580253700101
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3kg

¥865  ( ≈$8.04*  / ≈€6.67*  )
*According to current foreign exchange rate
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