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Yamamoto Seaweed (Yamamoto Noriten)
Yamamoto Seaweed (Yamamoto Noriten) Review
The Japanese are resourceful in their uses of products from the sea. Nori, the paper-thin dried seaweed used to wrap maki sushi and onigiri (rice balls), is the specialty here. If you plan to bring some home with you, buy unroasted nori and toast it yourself at home; the flavor will be far better than that of the preroasted sheets.
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