Hold 2 sheets of fresh nori seaweed together. Set the flame of your gas range to low-medium, wave the nori sheets over the flame in a figure 8 pattern, moving quickly to toast the sheets.
Occasionally rotate the nori sheets in your hand. Once the surface of the nori turns greenish, they're done. If you toast them too much, they will turn brown, so be careful.
Freshly toasted nori seaweed has a nutty fragrance and is delicious! It goes so well with plain rice, so be careful not to eat too much!
Case 1: Eat toasted nori seaweed while dieting to fulfill an empty stomach.
Case 2: Eat toasted nori seaweed with vegetables with your evening meal.
Case 3: Sprinkle toasted nori seaweed as a topping on various dishes.
Toasted nori seaweed has fewer calories than flavored nori seaweed.
Toasted nori seaweed is tastier than fresh nori.
Story Behind this Recipe
Nori seaweed is packed with a good balance of vitamins and minerals. Eat nori to supplement your diet with these nutrients, which tend to be lacking when you're trying to lose weight. Nori seaweed is rich in vitamin B-12, which is in animal-based foods, but is lacking in most vegetables. (Source: Official food and nutrition guidelines published by the Japanese government.)
It's not so much that you will lose weight if you eat nori seaweed; however, nori seaweed has a good balance of vitamins and minerals that are necessary to burn body fat, so I recommend eating it!! Nori seaweed is rich in iodine, which is bad for your thyroid if you eat too much at once, so eat a moderate daily amount.