Nori is one of the plant world’s richest sources of protein and comparable in density to spirulina, chlorella, and soybeans. Protein is needed for building and repairing muscles, building enzymes and antibodies, and cell maintenance and growth. In addition, it helps to reduce cholesterol, improves bone health, is high in fiber and is iodine rich. It is best known as the seaweed wrapper for sushi. Nori is hand processed from red seaweed and dried on special mats which leave parallel marks on the wrappers. Sushi is easy to make and just a couple of tries will have you creating your own sushi. You don’t have to be a sushi master to make good sushi.