Badasoop Gamtae Seaweed & Seafood Flakes - Gotham Grove
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Gamtae Seaweed & Seafood Flakes

Gamtae Seaweed & Seafood Flakes


Regular price $15.00 Sale


About Gamtae & Seafood Mix


Ever since we were introduced to them, the gamtae and seafood flakes have become one of our favorite home condiments. We sprinkle them on everything - rice, crudo, noodle soups, eggs, even avocado toast.

Founded by patriarch Cheolsoo Song, family-owned Badasoop has been providing gamtae using their patented skill sets since 1980. Gamtae has a long history in Korean cuisine dating back to at least the Chosun dynasty, when records show the royal family enjoying it as early as 1609. However, it is still rare and relatively unknown in Korea, as gamtae only grows in uncontaminated sea water and is impossible to farm; its peak season being the dead of winter makes it difficult to harvest by hand. These conditions mean that there are only a handful of folks with enough knowledge to provide quality gamtae, and we are thrilled to be able to partner with one.

Badasoop Gamtae & Seafood Mix Product Details

●  20g package (7 sheets)
●  Made in Seosan, South Korea
●  Non-GMO, no preservatives, additives, or refined sugar
●  Ingredients:  Dried laver seaweed, dried gamtae seaweed, dried shrimp, dried kombu seaweed, dried anchovy, sweet potato starch, sesame seeds, sea salt, purple sweet potato, carrot, honey, sugar
●  Store in a cool place, away from direct sunlight

Badasoop Gamtae & Seafood Mix Key Ingredients

Gamtae only grows in uncontaminated, clean seawater under specific conditions, making it impossible to farm and thus still somewhat of a rarity in South Korea. Found in Wando and Jeolla provinces, gamtae’s long history in Korea dates back to the Chosun dynasty, when it was served to the royal family. Gamtae is rich in fiber and contains six times more calcium than milk in addition to an abundance of minerals that help with calcium absorption. Gamtae is also plentiful in potassium and iron, making it a great food for children, pregnant women, and the elderly.