meteo-cebazat In Lembi Carole . Li Shizhen Bencao Gangmu However k nb in Chinese and kombu Japanese are false friends

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December. In Old Japanese edible seaweed was generically called me cf. The Erya Commentaries on Grasses Japan Hijiki Council Wong Crystal July . Archived from the original on August

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N Mikhailov . One is that it originated from the yomi SinoJapanese reading of Chinese name k nb . U. th century. Oxford Companion to Food Kombu

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Archived from the original on August . religiosa Laminaria Hosomekombu ja Saccharina japonica var. History edit Q an resembles lace cord rope. Honz Wamy ja the oldest surviving dictionary of medicine Japan. RACGP Health alert high levels of iodine BonSoy milk. Wupu Bencao is the Chinese materia medica work written by

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Middle or late th century. I Kim S. doi . See also edit Kelp Laver Notes Abbott Isabella . Tuttle Publishing. religiosa Laminaria Hosomekombu ja Saccharina japonica var

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Pp. During the Muromachi period newly developed drying technique allowed kombu to be stored for more than few days and it became important export from Tohoku area. A sweet new wave structures and mechanisms of enzymes that digest polysaccharides from marine algae. Kombu From Wikipedia the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation search For other uses see disambiguation

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Cambridge University Press Phycological Society of America. Bakunina . December. Saccharina angustata Laminaria Mitsuishikombu ja commonly used the making of dashi longissima Nagakombu Saccaarina coriacea Gaggarakombu sculpera Kjellmaniella Gagomekombu longipedalis Enagakombu gyrata tororokombu cichorioides Chijimikombu Arthrothamnus bifidus nekoashikombu Etymology edit loanword from Japanese language. konbu is edible kelp from mostly the family Laminariaceae and widely eaten East Asia

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Japan Nutrition and health effects Biofuel See also Notes References External links Prominent species edit There are about eighteen edible Laminariaceae most them but all called kombu. What Americans call kombucha is called kocha kinoko Japan. A dictionary of Japanese food ingredients culture. For instance Chen Cangqi noted k nb is produced the South China Sea its leaf like hand size same as silver grass reed of red purple thin part seaweed which similar to wakame arame kurome kajime Ecklonia cava