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There are various types of sea moss on the market, at this time I am selling the Eucheuma Cottinil variety from St Lucia.
Once soaked and turned into a gel, Sea Moss can be used to add nutrients to fruit smoothies, nut milks and ice creams, it’s also used as a thickening and gelling agent to make vegan cheesecakes, mouses and other desserts .
It is a naturally occurring source of iodine, collagen, fibre and it is rich in vitamins, minerals, particularly potassium chloride.
The late great Dr Sebi spoke on several occasions about the health benefits of sea moss due to the 92 nutrients found within it.
How To Make Sea Moss Gel
1. Soak the dry moss in plenty of water for 4-24hrs then rinse 3-4 times and drain.
2. You should end up with approx 2 & 1/2 cups of sea moss. Put this in a pan with 3 & 1/2 cups of boiling water and simmer for 10mins with the lid off and stirring occasionally.
3. Let the mixture cool for a while, then pour all the contents into a blender and blend into a thick, smooth gel.
4. Pour into a glass jar and once cooled in the fridge you’ll have a thick sea moss gel.
This should produce about 28 rounded tablespoons of gel and it’s generally recommended to take 1-2 spoons a day.
5. You can blend this gel with coconut milk, a spoon of your favourite nut or seed butter (tahini, almond butter etc), 2tbps of soaked chia seeds, mixed spice, banana (plus a sweetener like honey or maple syrup) into a yummy smoothie. Or you can add it to a fruit or green smoothie for a nutrient boost.
Here’s a quick video of how to make sea moss gel