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    Favorite Seaweed Source?

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    I'm looking for the best price on organic dulse and nori, which go for some $46/lb at the local co-op ... any suggestions?
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    I buy kelp noodles from whole foods. Like 12oz or so for around 4 bucks.
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    i can get 10 sheets of nori for 1.50 at a korean supermarket nearby....

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    Quote Originally Posted by grok_wonk View Post
    i can get 10 sheets of nori for 1.50 at a korean supermarket nearby....
    This.

    There are several Asian grocery stores near where I live, and they sell all different kinds of dried seaweed - green, blue, black, purple. No idea what kinds they are, but at the price they sell them I can afford to experiment.

    Also sell dried reishi mushrooms and astragalus root dirt cheap.

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    Ahhh, cool. There must be an Asian store around here someplace. Any online sources you guys like?
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    Haven't gotten any online, but Amazon surely carries a variety.

    Just be careful of pre-made seaweed salads, which usually are sweetened.

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