In fact, the real name of this seaweed is sea velvet, and its nutritional value is better than many bento dishes. Let "Doctor Hello" reveal the origin of the shape of sea velvet and the four nutritional benefits of sea velvet for you. If you haven't experienced its unique taste, try it with some sea mushrooms next time you eat at the buffet. An imported dish from overseas "sea mushrooms" The scientific name of sea velvet is Durvillaea antarctica, which grows in the cold temperate zone of the southern hemisphere to the waters close to the polar region.
The sea velvet sold in China is imported from South America (Chile, Argentina), Australia, New Zealand and other places. The algae of the sea velvet are Special Database very huge, shaped like a giant hair, and can grow up to 10 meters in length and nearly three stories high. Before it has dried, the texture of sea velvet is similar to leather, which is why the taste is so springy. After the sea velvet is picked from the sea, it will be shredded, dried and sold all over the world. The dried sea velvet has a dark and straight strip like a bond. After being cut and soaked in water, it will absorb water and shrink.
It has become a common "telephone wire dish". Durvillaea_antarctica_washed_up By Stug.stug at the English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0 Necrophyllum algae washed ashore in Sandfly Bay, New Zealand Four nutritional values of sea velvet Sea velvet is rich in nutrients and extremely low in calories, only 25 calories per 100 grams. It also contains nutrients such as fucoidan and fucoxanthin that have been proven in recent years to reduce the risk of chronic diseases, cardiovascular diseases and cancer . The human body is quite beneficial.