is rich in valuable nutrients such as vitamins A and C, calcium, zinc and iron as well as a high proportion of vegetable protein and valuable omega-3 fatty acids. In addition they have on 100gr only 2 kcal. !!!!
The health benefits of these numbers are obvious.
The texture of green caviar is similar to the known black caviar, but this is vegan!
The little droplets are bursting in the mouth – that’s what the Japanese lovingly call ‘puchi puchi’, whether that is one of the reasons for the popularity of this seaweed?
In Japan seagrapes is mainly eaten raw as a snack, salad or served raw in food as a side dish. Of course, they are also available in soups (but they are garnished directly before serving) and desserts or as an eye-catcher decoration in the appetizers – in this way, the crispy bursting in the mouth remains with all the pleasures.
Just taste it
read below the nutrition facts
Nutrition Facts for 100g seaweed Green Caviar / Caulerpa lentillifera / Sea Grapes
Composition Calories and Macronutrient
|Protein||0.5g / 2||calories|
|Fat||0.1g / 0,9||calories|
|carbohydrate||1.2g / 4,8||calories|
|Vitamin A Retinol Equivalent||10||µg|
|Vitamin E Alpha Tocopherol||0.2||mg|
|Total dietary fiber||0.8||g|
|Sodium Chloride Equivalent||0.8||g|
|* Vitamin and mineral content depends on the method of transport, storage and processing|