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Jaerea Gim: Also called Chosun Gim, this laver is probably the one you’ll see most here in Korea. It is roasted with sesame oil and salt.
Gim, also romanized as kim, is a generic term for a group of edible seaweeds dried to be used as an ingredient in Korean cuisine.
Along with miyeok (wakame) and dasima (Saccharina japonica), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea.

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Jaerea Gim: Also called Chosun Gim, this laver is probably the one you’ll see most here in Korea. It is roasted with sesame oil and salt.
Gim, also romanized as kim, is a generic term for a group of edible seaweeds dried to be used as an ingredient in Korean cuisine.
Along with miyeok (wakame) and dasima (Saccharina japonica), gim is one of the most widely cultivated and consumed types of seaweed in Korea.
The dried sheets of gim are often rolled to wrap and be eaten with rice. Gimbap is a fancier adaptation, in which gim is not only rolled with rice, but also meat, fish, or vegetables. Gim also can be eaten without rice by roasting with sesame oil or frying and cutting it to make side dishes (banchan) such as bugak.
Nutrition: Gim is known to be abundant in protein, thiamine, riboflavin, and vitamins A, B6, and B12. It is also known to have a high content of mineral salts, particularly iodine and iron, and essential amino acids. It is considered a very healthy food.

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