This is a great product if you are looking for a healthy snack that is full of minerals and vitamins.
Korean people call roasted seaweed as ‘GIM’ and normally have it with rice.
‘Gim’ is made with edible seaweed (a “sea vegetable”) species of the red algae genus Pyropia.
The Japanese enjoy Gim (commonly known as ‘Nori’) as a snack or with drinks as well. Korean Gim is thinner and glossier than Nori. This product, ‘Gim’ is roasted and seasoned with salt and sesame oil that have gained its popularity all around the world.
It looks like a ‘black paper’ but it is full with nutrients that our body needs. It contains plenty of Vitamin A, Vitamin B and is rich in iodine. It is high in dietary fibre and is also an important source of protein.
Why not try Korean ‘GIM’ for a healthy snack or a gentle sprinkle on top of your ‘Kimchi Fried Rice’?
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