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Another great sea vegetable, wakame, provides a salty taste that comes from a balance of sodium and other minerals from the sea.

Wakame (pronounced wah-ka-may) is a tender grayish green sea vegetable, and when you soak wakame, it expands many times its original size. Eat it raw as a snack, add it to soups and stir-fries, or roast it and sprinkle on salads and stews. Wakame becomes soft and melts in your mouth when cooked. What a great way to add minerals to your foods!

Sea vegetables also give you a good dose of fiber to promote digestive health.

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