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This curious type of sweet sea kelp is found in the Pacific Ocean. Its mysterious black colours are often confused with hijiki and kajime. If you’ve ever thought of introducing sea vegetables into your dishes, then you’ve got to give arame a go. If you didn’t know sea vegetables were a thing, then what better time to try something new? To eat, simply place in water for 15 – 30 minutes and allow to soften. You can then use as part of a noodle or stir fry dish or as part of a salad.

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Vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and sodium content for 100g (1pack containing 8 to 10 pieces) of Arame
【Vitamin】(Percent Meal Value)
Vitamin A Retil Equivalent 220μg 221μgRE
Vitamin E Alpha Tocopherol 0.6mg 2.2mg
Vitamin K 260μg 17μg
Vitamin B1 0.1mg 0.32mg
Vitamin B2 0.26mg 0.36mg
Niacin 2.3mg 3.48mgNE
Vitamin B6 0.02mg 0.35mg
Vitamin B12 0.1μg 0.8μg
Folate 110μg 80μg
Pantothenic Acid 0.28mg 1.5mg
【Mineral】(Percent Meal Value)
Sodium 2300mg ~1000mg
Potassium 3200mg 833mg
Calcium 790mg 221mg
Magnesium 530mg 91.8mg
Phosphorus 250mg 381mg
Iron 3.5mg 3.49mg
Zinc 1.1mg 3mg
Copper 0.17mg 0.24mg
Manganese 0.23mg 1.17mg
【Other】(Percent Meal Value)
Total Dietary Fiber 48g 5.7g~
Sodium Chloride Equivalent 5.8g ~2.5g

Not commonly stocked at supermarkets, arame can be found in health food stores and Asian supermarkets in packets of around 30g. It is incredibly light until immersed in water.

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