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Regenerative Seaweed Seasoning Mix 2-Pack

$26.00
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Sustainability Spectrum

Getting Better Super Sustainable

  • Product Description

      We're super excited to get to offer a two pack of these seaweed flakes, packed with salty and savory goodness and good-for-you vitamins and minerals, that pack an umami-filled punch and add an umami-filled depth of flavor to any dish.

      Sprinkle the Nori + Wakame flakes on rice bowls, eggs, or popcorn, or spoon it into marinades or salad dressing for a boost. The Spicy Seaweed Flakes are a favorite-- they're a smoky, spicy blend of chipotle chile flakes from a sustainable pepper farm in California, and Pacific Ocean grown Wakame. They're absolutely amazing on pizza, noodles, or anywhere else you might normally use chili flakes.

  • End of Life
    • · This product ships in minimal recyclable packaging and comes in a reusable and recyclable glass jar. Yay! We recommend you eat all of the seaweed flakes (no flake left behind!) and reuse the glass jar before you consider recycling it to avoid putting more undue strain on our already inefficient and overburdened recycling infrastructure.
    • · Your order may come with some packing peanuts. Don't worry-- they're water soluble and made of a planet-friendly vegetable starch. Run them under water and have some fun watching them disappear!
  • Shipping & Delivery
    • · Each order contains two jars, hand packed with love in Oakland, and will ship 2-4 days after you place your order.
  • FAQ
    • · Daybreak Seaweed is a woman-owned small company that sources from other sustainable independent seaweed growers who farm carbon sequestering kelp in the Pacific Ocean. As they grow, they hope to source from more sustainable seaweed farmers, particularly indigenous Alaskan farmers and fishers.
  • Ingredients & Materials
    • · Didja know that growing seaweed helps sequester carbon from our atmosphere? Ocean farming is *way* more resource efficient than farming on land, requires less capital to get started, and helps nourish our ocean's health rather than extracting from it.