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Lisalea
Tuesday, May 29, 2007, 12:12pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Actually, Lisalea...since they are 'dried' seaweed I think that they would last quite a long time.

Debra


That's so great, I will buy myself some and make some yummi tortilla type wraps with all sorts of compliant veggies, cheese, meats ... etc ... !!

Thank-u debra


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I believe seaweed can last for several years (if it even lasts that long in one's pantry) if kept in a closed packaged or container in a cool, dry place.

Alia



Good, this way I don't even have to refrigerate, wow ... I'm glad 'cause I've been wanting to try them for a while now

TY Alia  


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a/c...thanks for the recipe.  Will have to give it a try.   And...for me they will probably be a meal...not just one bite.   oooorrrrr...is it you just have one bite to tide you over until you have the rest for dinner?

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Quoted from Alia_Vo
I believe seaweed can last for several years (if it even lasts that long in one's pantry) if kept in a closed packaged or container in a cool, dry place.
...

Technically you are right, but chances are you won't like them....

It needs to be an airtight container with some of those Silica Packs - Otherwise they will soften to the point the separate sheets stick together and they get chewy.

If you have a cold freezer you can keep the unopened packs in the freezer for long-term if you also bag them with a layer of the 'vacu-seal-a-meal deal'.

Otherwise, just get the packs as you need them.


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Thank you for sharing your nori concoction with us, accidental_chef.

I encourage you to add it to the Recipe Index under the seaweed entry.

Alia


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