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  • noun Plural form of seaweed.

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Examples

  • So among the more than 1,000 recipes - from simple (roasted asparagus with feta) to involved (pork belly buns, opera cake) - are sidebars coaching on "sea vegetables" (aka seaweeds), offering a "beef buyer's guide" and defining "softened butter."

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  • I can pick up interesting fruits and vegetables, wonderful sea vegetables (aka seaweeds), yummy toppings for my rice, dried anchovies and other interesting condiments, mock duck and cans of quail eggs.

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  • Microflora like algae, and macroflora, such as seaweeds, marsh grasses, and mangrove trees (only in the tropics), can be found here.

    Marine biomes

  • Marine macroalgae ( "seaweeds") are crucial components of most temperate and tropical marine communities worldwide.

    Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary

  • Marine macroalgae ( "seaweeds") are crucial components of most temperate and tropical marine communities worldwide.

    Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth

  • Marine macroalgae ( "seaweeds") are crucial components of most temperate and tropical marine communities worldwide.

    Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth

  • Marine macroalgae ( "seaweeds") are crucial components of most temperate and tropical marine communities worldwide.

    Featured Articles - Encyclopedia of Earth

  • Algae - "seaweeds" in Latin - were some of the first plant-like organisms on Earth.

    Livescience.com

  • Plants and plant-like organisms such as seaweeds and phytoplankton are called primary producers, and are the bedrock of most of Earth’s ecosystems as they use the sun’s energy to make organic material.

    Herbivory

  • Kombu (common kelp) can be used when cooking beans or vegetables and more familiar seaweeds like nori (commonly used to make sushi rolls) can also be eaten.

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