Nama Wakame 生わかめ
Nama Wakame 生わかめ

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Nama Wakame 生わかめ

Nama Wakame 
Indigenous to Fiji, nama is a type of edible seaweed mainly harvested in pristine, shallow waters. Because of its unique shape, formed of tiny, crunchy spheres, it is also known as sea grapes. In Fiji, it is commonly eaten raw, as a fresh vegetable or a garnish and is often combined with lemon juice, chili, and fermented coconut.

As it is considered a delicacy, it can be merely paired with coconut milk. Nama is also an important commercial produce, often sold at local markets.


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