Sea moss has a wide variety of health benefits and is used after it’s been transitioned into a gel. You can purchase dried sea moss and make the gel at home to be added to food and beverages. Since it has little or no taste by itself, it’s popular as a thickening agent and provides an excellent cooking alternative for vegans and vegetarians. It’s classified as a superfood due to its comprehensive range of vitamins and minerals.
Making your own sea moss gel is easy and it can be incorporated into an extensive number of beverages, baked goods, jams, and jellies, along with soups, stews and sauces. Sea moss contains more than 92 minerals, 10 vitamins, and is rich in antioxidants. It also supports a healthy immune system. The following is an easy and cost-effective way to make your own sea moss gel at home.
- Soak the sea moss in a bowl of cool filtered or spring water for 12-48 hours to soak. Don’t use tap water and bear in mind it will absorb a significant amount of water.
- When the sea moss is completely hydrated, place one cup of water in a blender for every ounce of sea moss used. Blend the mixture until it attains the consistency of a gel.
- Place the gel in a sealed glass container and store in the refrigerator. It’s best to use the gel within three days of its creation. Alternately, the gel can be frozen into cubes and kept in the freezer until needed for smoothies and other beverages.
Known as the collagen of the sea, Jamaican sea moss is 100 percent wild. It’s been used for centuries in cuisine for its health benefits, to address infertility, as a restorative energy drink, and to boost the immune system. It has natural antibacterial, antifungal and anti-viral properties that remain in the sea moss after its been harvested.
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