Sushi for all of you vegans out there. Sticky white rice in seaweed sheet and filled with avocado, carrot and cucumber. Ingredients: Sushi Short-Grained Sticky White Rice (2 cups) Seaweed Sheets (“Nori”) Cucumber (1, thinly sliced) Carrot (1 piece, thinly sliced) Avocado (1 large piece) Roasted Sesame Seeds Sushi dressing
I love and eat so much seaweed, so I wanted to turn it into a natural face mask, and I figured out such an easy and simple way to do it.
Include seaweed in your breakfast with this delicious mini egg omelette. Dried seaweed, along with carrot and scallions, is placed in beaten egg and pan fried to crispy brown perfection! Ingredients: Eggs (6) Dried Seaweed Sheets (Nori) (6 sheets, get the plain kind, not the toasted seaweed) Carrot (1, diced)
On New Year’s Day, Koreans traditionally celebrate with their rice cake soup, so I grew up eating my mother’s rice cake soup on New Year’s Day. In this video, I show you my mother’s rice cake soup recipe. Chewy soft rice cakes are cooked in a delicious beef broth, and
Instead of serving miso soup as a side dish, here I made it as a complete meal. To the delicious miso broth flavored with carrot and onion, I added seaweed, napa cabbage leaves, and rice for a meal in and of itself. Ingredients: Japanese Miso Paste (6 tablespoons, make sure
I am obsessed with any type of sushi roll, especially when avocado is added, so here’s my spring/summer roll with shrimp, avocado, alfalfa sprouts, and black & white sesame seeds for a little crunch. Ingredients: Sticky Short Grained White Rice (2 cups, cooked) Nori Seaweed Sheets (10 sheets, get one
I know many of you had seaweed in sushi, but Koreans also love to eat as a side dish with rice. In this video, I show you one of my favorite seaweed side dishes I grew up eating! Ingredients: Seaweed sheets (20 sheets, ripped) Sesame oil (3 tablespoons) Soy Sauce
My mother had six kids. I know that’s a lot, and every time she gave birth, she would eat this seaweed soup for one month straight every day — that’s the Korean way. In this video, I show you a homemade seaweed soup recipe with sesame oil and soy sauce
Seaweed is probably my favorite food on this whole planet — seriously! I can eat it every day! In this video, I show you a seaweed snack so nutritious and delicious, which I grew up eating almost every day! It is a great alternative snack for your family and kids.
Moon’s Healthy Journey… Who says you can’t eat rice, seaweed and kimchi for breakfast? My mom only knew how to cook Korean food, so my siblings and I grew up eating rice, along with Korean side dishes, for breakfast, lunch and dinner — the Korean way. This was a typical meal
We often hear about seaweed’s super curative powers for our bodies, both inside and out. One of seaweed’s most effective healing and protective features is for our skin. Seaweed draws its vitamins, mineral salts, and protein directly from the ocean, and using a seaweed bath on our skin can effectively
It’s no secret that Japan has got the secrets to longevity and health figured out – unlike health problems that plague Western countries, such as heart disease, cancer, and obesity – Japan’s rates are among the lowest in the world, and their people enjoy a long life expectancy and good