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Kelp Seaweed ( Sarai Talay )

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An unusual ingredient, and a good source of iodine and some minerals. The taste though leaves a lot to be desired and so it's best to use it in salads and stir fry dishes rather than eat it directly.

You can find kelp in Asian grocers in packets. If you can't find them in the Thai section, look in the Japanese section, the Japanese eat this too.

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