Here is the how-to I promised on how to make your own delicious furikake, a Japanese topping for rice and stir-fries. I used it here in this unprocessed breakfast of brown rice, toasted sesame oil, and furikake. This topping, once made, will last you for months, and it’s low in sodium, high in minerals and nutrients, and totally savory-licious.
I use only organic vegetables for this, and dry them in my dehydrator. If you don’t have a dehydrator you can dry them in your oven set on the lowest possible setting until they are crispy and completely dry. If you don’t wish to do that, some stores carry pre-dried veggie as snacks and you could use those.
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If you’ve thought about getting a dehydrator, this is very similar to the one I have and it’s not very expensive at all. You can also buy more trays as needed, which is a handy option.