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    LSP! Master Kim Dosirak Seasoned Paprae Seaweed

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    4g*3
    AED 3.15AED 6.30
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    LSP! Master Kim Dosirak Seasoned Jaerae Seaweed

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    4g*3
    AED 3.15AED 6.30
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  • KAKAO FRIEND Seasoned Seaweed

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    5g*20
    AED 38.85

    KAKAO FRIEND Seasoned Seaweed

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    AED 38.85
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  • Organic Kids Crispy Seaweed Jaban Flakes 40g

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    40g
    AED 13.65
  • Kwangchoen Dosirak Seasoned Parea Seaweed 3 pkgs

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    5g*3
    AED 6.30
  • Kwangchoen Dosirak Seasoned Jarea Seaweed 3 pkgs

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    5g*3
    AED 6.30
  • Kwangcheon Seasoned Shredded Seaweed 400g

    Gim (김), also romanized as kim, is the Korean name for edible seaweed species in the genera Pyropia and Porphyra, including P. tenera, P. yezoensis, P. suborbiculata, P. pseudolinearis, P. dentata, and P. seriata. The red algae genera are also consumed in Japanese cuisine, where it is known as nori, and in Wales and Ireland, where it is known as laverbread.

    Along with miyeok (brown seaweed) and dasima (kelp), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea. It is commonly eaten as a banchan (side dish) and used to make seaweed rice rolls known as gimbap.

    400g
    AED 47.25

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