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These Thai Nori Crackers turned out to be a true winner with my husband. I should have known that it was a shoe in because it was made with nori and my husband loves seaweed! I don’t mind seaweeds but I don’t carry the same love for them as my sweetie but even with that being said, I have to admit that these “crackers” taste wonderful! The spices used in this recipe really shine through. If you are not a fan of nori or of seaweeds you could make this recipe minus the nori and dehydrate the batter as crackers. Shoot, I was thinking of making it again without the nori but cutting it into small squares to make croutons. Yum! This recipe was first created by James Russell, who is an amazing raw food chef!
Nori is rich in iodine and iron and quite high in protein. It is also a good source of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium, magnesium and riboflavin (B2). Not only does it have all these nutritional riches, it is also a low-fat food!