Lava Bread

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Kayb

Lava Bread

Something that's been puzzling me for a while, maybe the Welsh contingent can help, why is Lava Bread so called when it is a seaweed. Is it something to do with the welsh language or pronunciation of the name of the plant??
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Welshcookie

Laver bread

Correctly called laverbread. It is called nori in Japan.
It is sold in Swansea market among other places. Eaten with bacon and cooked rolled in oatmeal. Good source of Iodine and other minerals. Tasty!

 
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