Poll: Seaweed alone.
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I DO I DO I DO I DEEEEWWWWWWw!
11 25%
No. It is an insult to th art of sushimaking.
18 41%
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11 25%
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4 9%
Voters: 44.
#1
Seaweed.

Alone. By itself, those janpanse things.
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#3
not reallly, do you?

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#6
I meant like eating the seaweed straight out of the pack...instead of putting it on rice like yr supposed to. They do it all the time in my country.
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Seaweed.

Alone. By itself, those janpanse things.

Yeah, you know that the Japanese don't actually hold the patent to seaweed?
#13
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#14
I like the stuff you get a chinese.. but thats probably not real sea weed, dead salty though
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#15
Quote by Orbit91
The Welsh didn't "invent" seaweed.

They certainly didn't, and I'm pretty sure they didn't invent eating seaweed. Its completely edible and I'm sure that plenty of people found that out on their own. I know us Irish ate it during the Famine, not the dried sheet seaweed that goes on sushi.

I've eaten seaweed, I personally enjoy it. Great when you have no money for anything else, just boil it and eat it. I also enjoy the dried sheet on sushi, but you can't get those here
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They certainly didn't, and I'm pretty sure they didn't invent eating seaweed. Its completely edible and I'm sure that plenty of people found that out on their own. I know us Irish ate it during the Famine, not the dried sheet seaweed that goes on sushi.

I've eaten seaweed, I personally enjoy it. Great when you have no money for anything else, just boil it and eat it. I also enjoy the dried sheet on sushi, but you can't get those here

Yup, "proper" seaweed is tasty.
#18
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The Welsh didn't "invent" seaweed.


you realize its just cabbage and sugar, right?
#20
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you realize its just cabbage and sugar, right?

You realise that has nothing to do with the Welsh not inventing seaweed?
#21
To clear this up, TS does not mean actual seaweed, they mean the Chinese/Japanese dried cabbage with sugar.

And yes, I always eat it on it's own
#22
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To clear this up, TS does not mean actual seaweed, they mean the Chinese/Japanese dried cabbage with sugar.

And yes, I always eat it on it's own

Thats weird, I always thought it literaly meant seaweed, which makes more sense to me. I think the seaweed ye are talking about is called "Nori", I'm probably wrong.

I'm still on the "Seaweed makes a great meal" boat.

And on the topic of cabbage, I remember as a child having Bacon and Cabbage for dinner (actually I still eat it, cheap stuff), but it was also fairly common for us to also drink the cabbage water as a hot beverage while eating I'm realizing now that a bit of sugar into the water would have made it nicer...
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#25
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I've eaten seaweed, I personally enjoy it. Great when you have no money for anything else, just boil it and eat it. I also enjoy the dried sheet on sushi, but you can't get those here


I think it tastes like sheet.
#26
No not normal seaweed but our Toko sells these seaweed's that are flavoured with something (it's rather salty) -that they use as a snack- and those I do eat
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