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  • #31
    Originally posted by Markbt View Post
    A real suggestion though, big bags of dried seaweed. It expands A LOT in water and is great for adding to soups.
    This type of seaweed is called Miyeok(미역) in Korean and Wakame(ワカメ) in Japanese (Wakame - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
    Since it expands a lot in water, it should not be consumed as a snack in dried form like other seaweed called Nori in Japanese or Kim(김) in Korean (Nori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
    You can imagine the consequences...

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    • #32
      Try looking for frozen fish. SO CHEAP. Steer clear of mackerel and other rapidly diminishing stocks, but other fish is awesome and CHEAP.
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      • #33
        You know, now that i think of it, i dont remember seeing any seaweed? (aside from nori for sushi) Will have to look for it next time.
        And will take a better look at the fish next time, i was looking for frog legs but they were out

        Oh and i always read labels. Things like soy tend to react very unpretty-like with my body so i did that even before primal
        Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

        http://primaldog.blogspot.co.uk/

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        • #34
          Originally posted by vincebae View Post
          This type of seaweed is called Miyeok(미역) in Korean and Wakame(ワカメ) in Japanese (Wakame - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
          Since it expands a lot in water, it should not be consumed as a snack in dried form like other seaweed called Nori in Japanese or Kim(김) in Korean (Nori - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
          You can imagine the consequences...
          It doesn't look very appetizing in dried form anways, looks like something you might trip over on a beach. I just put it in an asian style soup.

          Speaking of that, get chicken feet there and add them to your chicken carcass bone broth.

          Another thing those stores are great for is frozen squid. Cheap and very good.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Markbt View Post

            Another thing those stores are great for is frozen squid. Cheap and very good.
            Unless they give you food poisening, yeah, i got some,, ate 2 of the lil buggers, Thought they dident taste right so gave to dogs and spent the last 2 days feeling very cold while hubby says I was way hot(and not the good kind) and no energy (but strangely no upset stomach or other feelings of being sick), oh and sweating like crazy
            Hubby dident eat any and he dident get sick so im pretty sure thats what it was

            Ps...dogs were fine
            Every time I hear the dirty word 'exercise', I wash my mouth out with chocolate.

            http://primaldog.blogspot.co.uk/

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