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Arame Seaweed

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Arame Seaweed is a traditional Japanese Sea Vegetable.

Arame is a great place to start when it comes to seaweed.  If you love seaweed then you will have tried this popular sea vegetable.  This is a delicate, slightly sweet seaweed offers dense nutrition.  This traditional Japanese food is a species of kelp known as ‘sea oak’.

This popular seaweed variety is perfect added to soups and stews.  If you enjoy Japanese cuisine then twin Arame with miso and noodles for a simple, traditional meal.  It can be boiled or gently fried in any dish but goes particularly well with stir fries and Asian inspired soups.  Top with our organic black sesame seeds for added nutrition and a splash of colour.

Sea vegetable is naturally rich in iodine. People sensitive to the effects of iodine are advised to seek medical advice before consuming this product. Product is high in fibre, calcium, magnesium, iodine and iron. This arame is produced in the Ise-Shima National Park area of Japan.

Ingredients: Arame

Origin: Japan

Allergen Information: Packed on premises that handle gluten, tree nuts, sesame, soya, peanuts. Due to the nature of the product, this may contain a trace amount of fish/or shellfish particles


Nutritional Information

Typical Nutrient Values: Amount per 100g:
Energy 131kj/32kcal
Fat 0.3g
of which saturates 0.0g
Carbohydrate 2.0g
of which sugars 0.0g
Fibre 9.0g
Protein 0.8g
Salt 0.4g

Cooking Instructions

Rinse, then soak for 15 minutes in cold water to let it re-hydrate. It will double in volume. Squeeze dry, then use.



For optimum freshness keep in a cool place away from moisture and direct sunlight.  Store in a tightly sealed bag or container. Store fresh or cooked in the refrigerator, and use up within a few days.


Family Tips

  1. Sprinkle over salads, dips and stews.
  2. Seaweed fan?  Add this to miso soup for delicious strands of goodness.
  3. If you are convinced on the nutrition of seaweed but not then flavour then stir arame into stews.