It's listed as one of the foods not to use in recipes. Any idea why?
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in nature, would you snorkel in the ocean to hunt for raw, salty seaweed and eat it alone, with no condiments or other ingredients? probably not. therefore, not a food..
SEAWEED? ew. only in a raw community would seaweed be discussed…it's weird! think about it before you eat it! why not just eat normal greens…?
my son is 4 and it made him sick. that says allot
I'm no seaweed fan by any means, but to say 'why not eat normal greens' is a bit opinionated. I mean, what really are the guidelines for a green to be considered normal. Seriously - people don't dis kale, and quite frankly, without a bunch of sweet fruit to mask it's flavor it tastes pretty awful too. I think that the majority of humans would not eat any greens by themselves. I think that's a ridiculous argument to determine whether something is a food or not.
its not a food for human. can you breath under water?
greens are availible for you to reach out, pick it and eat it.
seaweed is not. are you a fish?
would a fish flap his way up on land to eat some bugs? no.
I've eaten spinach raw plain by itself before and it was like I was Popeye the sailor man. I think we would eat greens in their natural state if we didn't pervert our taste buds like we have for so long. I was lucky enough to grow up as a child that loved and ate all his vegetables and greens. Now their is a huge difference between the taste and flavor of greens and the taste and flavor of seaweeds and alages.