Kombu Nutrition and Recipe
Posted on: 04/19/2017 - Viewed: 4997
You can make a delicious stock using kombu that can be incorporated into almost anything from soups to beans and more. This recipe is about as simple as it gets too.
- 4–6 cups water
- 6-inch piece dried kombu
- In a pot on the stove, combine 4–6 cups of water and a 6-inch piece of dried kombu.
- Allow this seaweed to soak for about 15–20 minutes, then bring to a simmer, uncovered, over medium heat.
- Remove it from the pot, and save it to use in the another dish.
You can use the kombu one or two more times before discarding. To reuse, add to soup or beans, or repeat this process. If you want to take it even further for optimal benefits, combine this with my bone broth recipe for an amazing pot of nutrition!
Tip: Lightly score this seaweed to release more flavor.
A half piece of dried kombu (three grams) contains about:
- 5 calories
- 1 gram carbohydrates
- 1 gram fiber
- 20 milligrams calcium (2 percent DV)
In addition, five grams of most sea vegetables contain about:
- 1.8 grams protein
- 750 micrograms iodine (500 percent DV)
- 12.2 milligrams vitamin C (16 percent DV)
- 0.3 milligrams manganese (16 percent DV)
- 0.1 milligram vitamin B2 (11 percent DV)
- 81 micrograms vitamin A (9 percent DV)
- 0.1 milligram copper (9 percent DV)
- 111 milligrams potassium (3 percent DV)
- 0.6 milligram iron (3 percent DV)
- 0.3 milligram zinc (3 percent DV)
- 0.1 milligram vitamin B6 (3 percent DV)
- 0.5 milligram vitamin B3 (3 percent DV)
- 18 milligrams phosphorus (3 percent DV)
We have this available as marine ingredient available on https://seatechbioproducts.com/kombu-laminaria-digitata-human-nutrition-powder-25kg.html