You can wrap your sushi with Nori, Rice Paper, or Soy paper.
Nori is the Japanese name for edible seaweed (a “sea vegetable”) species of the red algae It has a strong and distinctive flavor. It is used chiefly in Japanese cuisine as an ingredient to wrap rolls of sushi or onigiri, in which case the term refers to the dried sheets.
The finished dried sheets are made by a shredding and rack-drying process that resembles papermaking. Since nori sheets easily absorb water from the air and degrade, a desiccant is needed when storing nori for any significant time.
Nori is commonly used as a wrap for sushi and onigiri. It is also a garnish or flavoring in noodle preparations and soups. It is most typically toasted prior to consumption (yaki-nori). A common secondary product is toasted and flavored nori (ajitsuke-nori), in which a flavoring mixture (variable, but typically soy sauce, sugar, sake, mirin, and seasonings) is applied in combination with the toasting process.
The rice paper rolls have less rice which means potentially more fiber, protein, and nutrients from the fillings.
Rice paper is sold in dried sheets. Before using them, you will need to rehydrate them to make them pliable.
Once rehydrated, rice paper can be eaten as is Rice Paper! (aka rice pancakes/spring roll wrappers)
Fortunately, rice paper is a naturally gluten-free alternative for spring rolls with no gluten-containing ingredients whatsoever
Soy paper contains many ingredients. Generally, the main ingredients are sesame seeds, soybean, soy flour, soybean oil, and organic rice syrup, and extract food coloring.
Later these materials are mixed into a thin soy paper through the first mixture and later compression of heavyweights
They are also perfect for salads, snacks, meals, and even dessert!
The soybean sheets come in a variety of colors including pink, yellow, orange, green, and natural color
Our Nori, Rice Paper, and Soy Paper are Kosher Ⓚ Certified