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Wakame (Undaria Pinnatifida)

A seaweed growing around the coast of Japan. It has very high calcium content (more than ten times more than milk). It's also rich in iron, niacin and thiamine.

Wakame's an indispensable part of the Japanese diet and a basic component of miso soup. See 'Miso'

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