Seaweed snacks by Seapoint Farms Review – Ordered from iHerb
Testing out rather new products from iHerb selection. Seaweed is not a part of my typical diet, but I’m always happy to try out new flavors and products. Here’s four seaweed snacks reviewed:
Seapoint Farms, Seaweed Crisps, Almond Sesame, 1.2 oz (35 g):
Almond and sesame filling add a nice texture to these seaweed crisps. Even thought most of the calories come from fat, these have really sweet taste. For my taste these could use a little less sugar.
Seapoint Farms, Seaweed Pops, Sweet & Savory, 3 oz (85 g):
Seaweed pops are really hard and crunchy, wrapped with a small slice of seaweed. Really nice tasting roasted edamame. Out of the four tested seaweed snacks these might be the best ones. Could use a little salt.
Seapoint Farms, Seaweed Crisps, Pumpkin Sesame, 1.2 oz (35 g):
I can’t tell if there’s pumpkin or sesame filling, there’s not much texture on the crisps compared to almond sesame version, also the seaweed has a really fishy taste. My least favorite.
Seapoint Farms, Seaweed Fava Chips, Sweet & Savory, 3.5 oz (99 g):
Fava beans and seaweed makes a nice combination. Corn starch turns these like corn flakes (looks like green corn flakes with mold, but taste is really great). Nice crunchy texture, little too much sugar.
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