Edible seaweed is multi-cellular marine algae eaten raw or cooked in many cultures especially Japanese, Chinese, and other East-Asian regions; while the diaspora now has spread across many continents including Americas carrying their food culture along with them.
Almost all the edible seaweeds are salt-water algae, generally grow attached to rock or other hard substance along the coastlines.
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