I have recently discovered edible sea weeds (also called sea vegetables by those who don't want to eat weeds).
Sea weeds are super nutritious, being full of vitamins and minerals, and come dried - so they are easy to store. I'm still learning ways to use them.
Some lend themselves to snacking or adding to a lunch that's otherwise veggie-skimpy. Dulse and sheet nori are good this way. Just eat right out of the bag. Dulse can be sauteed in oil to make it crunchy, but I haven't perfected this yet. A word about dulse - it's really salty tasting, but I have read that the salty taste comes from potassium. If you don't like really salty food you may want to skip dulse.
I like the various kelps cooked with my greens (I eat kale and collards regularly). There are several of these - kombu and wakame are two names to look for.
Then there are those that are like little black strings - hijiki, arame, and others. I have really enjoyed salads with grated carrot and daikon radish, chopped parsley, and soaked hijiki, dressed with olive oil and lemon juice.
Any other sea weed eaters out there? I'd love to learn how you eat them.