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Old 11-20-2008, 06:22 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by ccCapt View Post
I get mine from a guy in our reef club. The package is all written in Chinese...lol. How can you tell if it's roasted/toasted or just dried?
The stuff I use looks and feels just like the Seaweed Select that I used to use.
Find someone who can read chinese? lol XD Usually it will say on the package if it is roasted or toasted and those that are not are almost always identified by the word "raw". If it says nothing at all I would assume it is not raw, imo.

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