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Kombu, also known as Sugar Kelp, has natural sugars that give it the mellow freshness for which it is known and loved. Enjoy the umami of this-nutrient-dense sea weed in soups, stews and chowders. Also use as a flavorful garnish or wrap it around fish to produce a savory cured flavor! A great source of iodine, calcium, fiber, and low in sodium.
Ocean’s Balance Maine Coast Atlantic Kombu tastes wonderful in an organic salad, as a cooking ingredient or as seasoning for fish to give it a savory cured flavor. We also produce Organic Wakame Seaweed and Organic Dulse Seaweed, so try all of them individually or in our variety pack.
Flake Kombu — also known as Sugar Kelp because of its briny sweetness, produces beauty from within that is perhaps the most nutrient dense food on the planet and provides a delectable source of umami flavor. It is a true green superfood that is a metabolism booster, and is great on salads, snacks, or in soups, stews, marinades and sauces.
Kombu from the Atlantic — 95% of the Sea Greens that Americans eat is Asian imported Seaweed. Our “made in America” Seavegetables are so much better. Maine leads the way with its long coastline and clean, cold waters. The demand for organic healthy foods has entered the mainstream and Ocean’s Balance seaweed is a front runner for healthy snacks.
Your Chance to Help Save Planet Earth — Organic Seaweed, which is great for gut health, is arguably the most climate change friendly food on the planet. It is one of the only zero input regenerative farmed foods – it requires no land, no fresh water, no fertilizer, no feed, and no pesticides. It also absorbs about 7 times more CO2 than any land-based plant and studies have shown it reduces ocean acidification.
Atlantic Kombu Seaweed — This health booster is fat free, and hand harvested from the wild. To keep the seakelp fresh, store away from direct sunlight in a sealed bag. Sprinkle it, mix it, or cook it. A great way to add pizazz to your food flavor and health to your digestive system.