1/4 c sesame oil
1/8 c rice vinegar
juice from 1 lemon
2 inch cube ginger, diced
Whisk rest of ingredients together and pour over sea vegetables.
A part of the algae family, seaweeds have been in the human diet for over 10,000 years. Why? They’re good for you!
- Sea vegetables are excellent sources of magnesium, iron, calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, various B vitamins & vitamin K.
- They are also nature’s richest source of iodine, a mineral required for healthy thyroid function, and contain carbohydrate-like substances called fucans, which have anti-inflammatory properties.
- Although sea vegetables don’t contain vitamin D, they do have a substance called ergesterol that converts to vitamin D in the body.
- Sea vegetables are also high in various enzymes and dietary fiber.