from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An edible, mild-flavored seaweed.
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- n. A seaweed, Eisenia bicyclis, used in Japanese cuisine.
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- n. an edible seaweed with a mild flavor
Macrobiotic nutritionists often recommend a few tablespoons daily of a sea vegetable like kombu, hiziki, wakame, arame or mekabu is all that is needed; however, "more" is not better -- these foods are concentrated minerals and there is a point of diminishing returns.
To a 2Â½-quart pan, add pre-washed quinoa (or wash it yourself if using the regular kind), water, carrot, corn, broccoli, arame, spices and sea salt.
To a 2½-quart pan, add pre-washed quinoa (or wash it yourself if using the regular kind), water, carrot, corn, broccoli, arame, spices and sea salt.
Add salsa, arame, beans, brown rice, yam and 9-10 cups of the hot water.
Joan Brosnan of Montauk puts arame, another kelp variety, in her children's pasta sauce.
Season with salt and pepper to taste, garnish with mustard flowers and arame, and serve.
You can add sea greens to this recipe too: Soak a handful of arame or hijiki in boiling water for 10 minutes or so to soften; then drain and stir it into the miso along with the bok choy in Step 4.
In Step 1, when the nuts are just about toasted, add ½ cup shredded nori or arame or dulse.
Try soaking hijiki or arame in water for 15 minutes; drain and sauté with sesame oil and shoyu traditionally fermented soy sauce.
To grow sea plants, Owase's project sank about 900 concrete blocks planted with arame kelp over 17 years from 1992.
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