seaweed

[ UK /sˈiːwiːd/ ]
[ US /ˈsiˌwid/ ]
NOUN
  1. plant growing in the sea, especially marine algae
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How To Use seaweed In A Sentence

  • Add the vermouth, garlic and cayenne, boil the liquid away and start adding ladlefuls of the seaweed and saffron-flavoured vegetable stock, stirring vigorously all the while to aid absorption and prevent sticking.
  • Cover with a thick layer of seaweed, and a piece of old canvas, blanket, carpet, or dry leaves, to keep in the steam.
  • Then I discovered a blessed pack of seaweed rice crackers I hadn't eaten at our party on Friday nite (omigod have I got some blogging to do).
  • To be on the Okinawa Program is not to be restricted to eating seaweed and warm bricks of tofu.
  • But once you get more familiar with seaweed, you can use wakame, kelp, hijiki, or others, alone or in any combination you like. Eat Your Brownies, er, Veggies - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com
  • In contrast to soba, which tastes distinctly of buckwheat, the flavour of udon is neutral, allowing any number of variations in the additional ingredients, such as vegetables, seaweeds, eggs, fish, shellfish, poultry.
  • Catching brown trout among seaweed is a strange experience for someone used to freshwater fishing on the mainland.
  • The gelatinizing agent was a Japanese seaweed called agar-agar, commonly found in organic stores.
  • Drain off the buttermilk and add the salt and dried seaweed to the fat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Bottom trawling (scraping large nets across the seabed) kills coral, stirs up sediment causing pollutants to migrate into seaweed and other fish feed, and scoops up large amounts of by-catch -- other sealife, like turtles and dolphins unintentionally caught and wasted. Cathy Erway: The Pescatore's Dilemma
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