Wakame

Sea-farmers have grown wakame in Japan from the Nara period.{better source|date=November 2013} It has been nominated as among 100 of the world`s worst invasive species according to the Global Invasive Species Database. ==Names== The name `wakame` was derived from the Japanese name wakame (ワカメ, わかめ, 若布, 和布). ==History in the ......
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Wakame

(Japanese) dried seaweed reconstituted and used in salads or soups
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Wakame

A long thin green sea-vegetable used in making soups, salads and vegetable dishes. High in protein, iron and magnesium, wakame has a sweet taste and delicate texture and is especially good in miso soup.
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Wakame

Dark green, dried, lobe-leafed strands of seaweed often used in Miso soup or Sunomono salads.
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Wakame

dried seaweed reconstituted and used in salads or soups
Found on http://www.alternative-hawaii.com/gloss.htm
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