Speaking of yummy, a really cool friend of mine gave me some seaweed snacks. They are basically lightly seasnoed nori that were cut into a nice snackable shape, about two inches square or so. Low calorie, high nutrient, a satisfying feel in the mouth, doesn't hurt my healing gums either. Such a sweetie to give those to me!
I mention them because seaweed snacks are pretty good for nutrient-conscious health-winners like us. You can find them at international markets or the asian section of better grocery stores. The cost starts at around a dollar for a nice snacking amount. They don't taste fishy and usually have quite wholesome ingredients.
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