Gatwick, Surrey (PRWEB UK) 8 February 2014
A global cuisine epidemic is occurring as the world’s finest chefs are taking note of the Asian and Nordic cuisine that prizes Seaweed in dishes reports Bon appétit on 23rd January 2014. Seaweeds are a loose category of edible saltwater plants that includes nori, kelp, and algae. Los Angeles chef at the Providence, Michael Cimarusti uses seaweed as “a presence of the sea. It’s really versatile and produces a real depth of flavor.” (http://www.bonappetit.com/test-kitchen/ingredients/article/seaweed-primer)
In addition, Bren Smith, owner of Timble Island Oyster Company says that “Sea vegetables in general have more iron than red meat, more vitamin C than citrus fruits and more Vitamin D than milk.”
Your Lifestyle Products Ltd commented on the article as follows. “In the UK, the seaweed trend hasn’t fully hit us yet. We only tend to see it served in sushi, or else when it’s deep fried and served deliciously crispy by the local Chinese, with prawn toasts, other accompanying appetizers. There are no doubts about the abundant benefits of eating seaweed and its other edible saltwater plant relations. We hope that chefs across the UK can get equally enthusiastic about this great food stuff, and we start seeing it more on our local menus”.
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