For the Love of Food

by | May 30, 2014
For The Love of Food

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

This week wheat vs gluten, the truth about alkaline diets, and the surprising importance of iodine.

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5 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Jim Mandoli says:

    hi Darya,

    It’s first time I’m visiting your site and I love it. Particularly this link love section.

    Keep up the great work, and I’ll come for more commenting soon.

  2. AJ says:

    Hi, Darya! Outside of roasted seaweed snacks, how do you enjoy preparing or eating seaweed at home? Outside of sushi, what kind of seaweed dishes do you enjoy in restaurants?

  3. clotilde says:

    AJ – I’d love to hear Darya’s suggestions too, but I wanted to mention that I buy bags of mixed dried seaweed flakes at the natural food store here (I live in Paris) and sprinkle those on salads, especially butter lettuce or grated carrot salads.

    I also just read a tip I want to try: process dried seaweed with stale bread when you make breadcrumbs, and use as you would regular breadcrumbs — to coat fish and fishcakes in particular.

    Finally, I’ve recently become a little obsessed with nori rolls made without rice but with lots of raw vegetables. I posted about them on my blog, I hope Darya won’t mind me including the link: http://chocolateandzucchini.com/recipes/vegetables-grains/cucumber-and-avocado-quick-nori-roll-recipe/

    • Darya Rose says:

      Love it, thanks Clotilde.

      To be honest I eat a lot of Japanese food (both out and at home–at least 1-2x per week), but I also use kombu in broths, etc.

  4. Dave says:

    I’m also a first time visitor and wanted to say the same thing as Jim, above. I love this section – these are great links! Thanks for sharing.

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