+Alison Spiegel wrote an article about How Seaweed Became a Mainstream Snack in American.
Anyway, both strawberries and seaweed snack were bought from Costco. And talking about +Costco, they sell in bulk. So I had so much strawberries that my family and I could eat in a day or two. So here is what I did to the rest. I place some paper towel at the bottom of a container, arrange the strawberries in single layer, cover tight the container and put them in the fridge. The strawberries will stay fresh for a week. I'll only wash them just before I eat them, otherwise they'll turn bad quick.
The roasted seasoned seaweed snack is non-GMO which is great! It's Kirkland brand imported from Korea by +Costco Wholesale Corp. in Seattle, Washington. A case has 10 packages and only $7.99. It's a cheap snack to have in the kitchen. It is addictive, if I start eating it, it's hard to stop. That is why I had to wait for my husband before opening one so I won't be eating the whole package by myself. The only thing I don't like about this is the sodium content 50 mg per serving. I package is 5 servings, so that's about 250mg of sodium, 100 calories, 7.5g fat, 5g total carbohydrate, and 5g protein per package. The ingredients are Seaweed, Non-GMO expleller pressed canola oil, sunflower oil, Non-GMO sesame oil, sea salt. It's a great little snack or even added to a meal.
Here is a very short video of Alan with strawberry and Seaweed
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