Edibles Review – Rooster – Roasted Seaweed

Brokedown Vanity - Edibles Review - Rooster Seaweed Snack

For our Bonus Post today, it will be a review on Rooster Roasted Seaweed Snack Pack.

I have been learning about South Korea for the last year and a bit, and one of the things I love about their culture is their love of food from the water, be it fresh water of salt water. I love those types of foods myself, and learning different uses for certain foods is always of great interest to me.

They have a traditional soup that is served to people on their birthdays, with the main ingredient being seaweed. They also add seaweed flakes to dishes as a garnish, sort of like how we add parsley on platters.

When I saw the 3 pack of these little seaweed packets at the grocery store, I just knew I had to try them.

Item – Rooster – Roasted Seaweed Snack Pack

Cost – $0.98CAD for 3 packets of 5g each

Purchase Location – Real Canadian Superstore

Item Facts

  • Made in South Korea

Nutrition Guide

Brokedown Vanity - Edibles Review - Rooster Seaweed Snack - Food Facts

Other Info & Ingredients

Brokedown Vanity - Edibles Review - Rooster Seaweed Snack - Ingredients

My Thoughts

I really enjoyed these. They are super thin, have a really interesting crunch and sort of melt in you mouth(but don’t stick to your teeth or anything). I ate them on crackers, by themselves and on top of rice.

I like that they have a small amount of iron in them. It is an easy way for me to get a little extra, which is something I always struggle with.

You get about 12-15 pieces per packet, so they seem to last you a while when you are snacking. They are very flavourful, and I have found that they are a good item to trick my body into thinking it ate a full meal. I don’t get super hungry for a while after eating these. Unintentional diet helper??? Not that I am on a diet or anything, haha.

Repurchase?

Yes, I will be trying to see if I can purchase a large quantity. If I can’t find that from this brand, I will maybe try a different one. I do like that these come in individual little packets, so they would still be handy to have around.

They just taste really darn good too.

‘Til the next post

Helen

***Disclaimer – I am not sponsored by any of the companies mentioned on this blog. I just started to blog, so who would sponsor me, seriously. All items featured were purchased with my own money, gained by some other means, like awesome gifts from peoples, trades, or perhaps even a promotion of some sort.***

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