Furikake seasoning is a tasty, flaky & colourful condiment combining seaweeds from different colour groups, sesame seeds & natural garlic.
Furikake means 'seasoning' in Japanese. Pacific Harvest’s is formulated to preserve the idea of the traditional Japanese seasoning without the use of animal products, sugar or MSG.
This tasty, flaky & colourful condiment combines 5 seaweeds, sesame seeds & natural flavours to produce a nutritionally dense condiment with a wide range of culinary applications. It is vegan and combines the nutritional profiles of sea vegetables from different colour groups; it makes it easy to eat a variety of seaweeds with different benefits.
A good salt alternative for those trying to reduce sodium, Furikake has a salty taste with a fraction of the sodium in salt and a much better balance of other essential minerals.
The various seaweeds in Furikake are sourced from NZ & overseas; they are all tested for contaminants.
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Garlic Furikake is used as a condiment or a garnish.
It is perfect sprinkled on rice and salads, an excellent seasoning to use during cooking for fish, seafood and poultry, and fantastic on vegetables before roasting or after grilling & steaming. It also makes a wonderful statement on creamy soups and gives taste & colour to savoury baking, cheese truffles, spreads (like hummus) & casserole dishes.
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It makes a wonderful statement on soups & dips and gives taste & colour to pastries. Try Garlic Furikake on stir-fried prawns! A feast for the eyes and the palate!
For those who know dukkha or gomasio, Furikake is something similar which features seeds instead of nuts and has the same advantage as gomasio to further the salthy taste with a fraction of the sodium.
Label & Warnings
Garlic Furikake is very concentrated in many nutrients including iodine. Please refer to the garlic-furikake-label for the iodine content. How much iodine one needs is a controversial subject and we invite you to do your own research and see your health practitioner for personalised advice.