|gimMe Organic Seaweed Snacks|
I received complimentary gimMe Organic Seaweed Snacks for the purpose of this review. I love discovering new snacks, especially when they are organic and Non-GMO verified. Seaweed snacks are easily devoured in my home. My 14 month old enjoyed munching on them too.
gimMe Health Foods is owned by Annie Chun and her husband Steve Broad. You may recognize Annie Chun food products in your grocery store already. The name stems from gim which means seaweed in Korean. The seaweed comes from Jang Heung Bay, a region of Korea's Yellow Sea.
The Sesame and Sea Salt Roasted Seaweed Snacks were perfect. Sharing them with my daughter both times...well, I'm sure I ate most of it. The sesame had a nice, light flavor and the sea salt had the right amount of salt. Let's just say once you have one sheet, you will want them all.
|A view of the Sea Salt Seaweed Snack|
gimMe also has Roasted Seaweed Snacks in Crumbles. You can eat them as a snack or use them as a topping. My husband used them as a topping for his rice.
|Rice, Chicken, and gimMe Seaweed Crumbles|
The crumbles come in Cheddar Cheese, Honey Dijon, Sesame, and Teriyaki. We tried the Sesame, Cheddar Cheese, and Honey Dijon crumbles. I liked the Sesame the best. My husband liked the Sesame the best too. The other flavors are fun to munch on also. I know we will be buying these in the future.
|gimMe Crumbles in Honey Dijon|
gimMe Seaweed Snack Facts:
- Non-GMO Verified
- High Fiber
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*Disclosure- I received complimentary products for the purpose of this review. All opinions are always my own.*