2oz glass jar

Wild-harvested Nori ‘au natural’ hand harvested on the bold coast of Washington County by a tatooe’d mermaid. Porphyra is a red seaweed which grows around the world in cold inter-tidal waters, its mariculture was possible because of fucologist Kathleen Drew who discovered how to use shell fragments for lab-reproduction. Our is wild, not farmed, from Maine not the coastal waters of Asia.. Nori– which is made from it, usually by grinding and re-constituting in thin sheets, is the japanses stype– in Ireland it is called Laver, and is made into bread. We suggest fresh-roasting your porphyra in a pan with some olive oil, then sprinkle it on rice, eggs, salads, anything. Eat some everyday, or everytime you think of it.


Additional information

Weight 5 oz
Dimensions 2 × 2 × 2 in