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Nori Seaweed Sheets

Nutrient-rich Nori Sheets are made from crunchy, dried, paper-thin seaweed, and are most often used to make sushi.

  • Paper-thin sheets 7-1/2 by 8 inches

  • Deep greenish-black

  • Sweet, mildly nutty, oceanic flavor

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    Suggested uses

  • To prepare "temaki sushi," cut a nori sheet in half, then spread an even layer of sushi rice (about 2 tablespoons) on top, adding fillings over the center of rice and rolling into a cone shape

  • Roll salad or sliced vegetables in Nori Sheets and dip in soy sauce for a healthy snack

  • Rip into small pieces and add to salads or soups

  • Enjoy Nori by itself as a crispy, low-calorie snack, or rip into pieces and mix with nuts as a unique, flavorful snack

  • Basic prep

    Ready to use. No preparation necessary.


    Seaweed (laver).

    Nori is the Japanese name for the flavorful sea superfood laver, which is packed with protein and other nutrients. Nori has been used in Japanese culinary tradition for thousands of years, best known as the sweet and salty green sea vegetable that holds together sushi rolls.

    This nori is naturally grown and harvested from the mineral-rich waters of the Sea of Japan, its native environment. The seaweed is processed into sheets through a shredding, pulping, pressing and drying process that resembles papermaking.

    The pinnacle of nutrition and saturated with protein, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants, Nori Sheets are the easiest way to cook with and eat seaweed.

    Classic recipe

    Smoked Salmon Onigiri

    These compact rice balls make perfect snacks, and almost serve as a Japanese equivalent of a sandwich. Here, the delicate flavor of our Kokuho Rose Rice provide a perfect palette for the assertive flavors of smoked salmon and nori.