SeaSnax Sea Mama Wakame Flakes - 1.4 oz. (40g)
SeaSnax Sea Mama Wakame Flakes can be used in various soup and seaweed salad recipes. For centuries, new mothers in Korea have replenished themselves with seaweed soup to assist in their postpartum recovery and rejuvenation. According to ancient Korean folklore, this postpartum tradition was learned from observing female whales that would seek out & eat strands of seaweed after giving birth.
Today, seaweed soup still remains a staple food in a new mothers postpartum diet in Korean culture. After giving birth, women traditionally eat seaweed soup every day for three straight weeks. According to Korean elders, the rich nutrients found in seaweed are said to nourish and rejuvenate the mother to help bring her body back into balance and well-being. This soup is also served on ones birthday like a birthday cake so to speak. For these reasons, seaweed holds a meaningful and close connection to birth and life.
Today, seaweed is recognized as a vital part of healthy and natural diets worldwide. SeaSnax is delighted to share this special tradition and delicious bowl of rejuvenation. Mix with Sea Vegi to create colorful and tasty seaweed salad
It's Strangely Addictive!
SeaSnax is a nutrient-packed roasted seaweed snack which is vegan, gluten free and Non-GMO Project verified. It is made using 100% olive oil and just a pinch of sea salt. This vegetable of the sea is all natural with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives. SeaSnax is a healthy & delicious snack for you and your family. It tastes great right out of the bag just rip it up and chomp it down! Give it a try but dont blame them if you get hooked on SeaSnax - it's strangely addictive.
SeaSnax is a healthy & delicious snack for you and your family. Its great just the way it is or you can use it to make rice rolls, put into your favorite soup or salad or even throw a fun California roll making party and get everyone involved. They make SeaSnax as if their kids eat them everyday because they do!
SeaSnax comes in full sheets, family-size packages, as well as small convenient packs to throw in a lunch bag. Theres Toasty Onion flavor for variety, Chipotle for spice and RAW for the serious seaweed lovers. Want to expand your horizon? Try their healthy seaweed salad and rejuvenation soup mix. You'll discover how tasty this Vegetable of the Sea can be!
Benefits of Seaweed
Sea vegetables are virtually fat-free, low in calories and one of the richest sources of minerals in the vegetable kingdom as they have ready access to the abundant minerals found in the ocean. Nourishment is acquired across the sea vegetables entire surface through the gentle wave action of underwater currents.
For centuries, new mothers in Korea have replenished themselves with seaweed soup to assist them in their postpartum recovery and rejuvenation. According to ancient Korean folklore, this postpartum tradition was learned from observing female whales that would seek out and eat strands of seaweed after giving birth.
Who Are They?
SeaSnax is a socially conscious, kid-inspired family business. The founders are moms and dads whose kids eat seaweed like candy. So, they make SeaSnax as if their own kids eat them every day - because they do! They source only the highest quality of seaweed from Korea. They believe it is important to contribute 10% of their annual net profit to non-profit organizations committed to making the world a better and gentler place for our children and our earth.
Jin Jun, MATCM, L.Ac.
Jin earned her Masters in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine at YoSan University. During her studies, she developed an interest in nutrition as a tool for prevention of disease, self-healing and self-empowerment. In her view, nutrition/food is medicine for the soul and body and the only lasting treatment for self-healing. While in school, she gave birth to her daughter Namu (tree in Korean). During her pregnancy and motherhood, Jins understanding and appreciation for nutrition and health gained more relevance as she realized that it was no longer about me, but they. She is committed to educating, empowering and serving children, mothers and families. She is also the founder of Acuparents, an on-line support community for parents in the health care profession sharing natural and holistic-minded parenting philosophies.