Recipe: Nori Ginger and Tofu Scramble

About this recipe:

This simple and quick recipe is a great vegan option for lunch or dinner.  This basic recipe given to us by IIN is a recipe that provides some very basic steps in tofu stir fry.  You can use the foundation of this recipe to create a wide number of variations in Asian cuisine, and many others as well.  

This introduction to nori (seaweed) is something your body will most certainly thank you for.  Seaweed is found in many different types and they all have their own specific health attributes.  Three of the most common types of seaweed used in cooking are:

  • Nori (typically used for sushi)
  • Wakame (typically used for salads)
  • Kombu (typically used for soups and stocks aka dashi)

The outstanding health benefits differ from each type but they all have a few things in common.  They all contain high levels of iodine which is needed for thyroid function support.  Iodine is one of the hardest vitamins to consume in food.  Anytime you can get high levels of iodine into your diet in very small amounts is always  good.  Just one teaspoon of dried kelp could contain 59 times the RDI.

 

 

Health Benefits:

Antioxidant, Anti inflammatory, Anti Cancer, Anti Aging, Healthy Fats, Low Carb, Nutrient Dense "Superfood", Supports Healthy Immune System, Supports Gut Health, Supports Brain Function, Supports Detoxification

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