Mozuku is a seaweed of the family Spermatochnaceae, and filamentous algae with branches. It’s brown when growing naturally in the sea, and turns green when passed through boiling water. Unlike other types of seaweed below, it’s slimy when you touch. Mozuku is a type of Japanese seaweed, and actually, the single word “seaweed” covers a lot of types of Japanese foods. The taste is light and simple, and has a little bit of sea smell. It has similar texture to wakame which is a little chewy texture, but you feel more of the slimy texture of mozuku.
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