| Edelle Schlegel

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What in the world is sea moss? It's a red algae that comes from the ocean. Kelp, dulse, and spirulina are other forms of algae you may have heard of.

Sea moss also known as "irish moss" is a very popular ingredient in Caribbean cooking, baking, and beverages.

The Irish have been harvesting it from their rocky shores and using it as medicine since the 1800s.

Here's some of the many vitamins and minerals it contains:

  • Vitamin B2
  • Vitamin B12
  • Calcium
  • Chromium
  • Magnesium
  • Zinc

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There are many ways to prepare sea moss, but my favorite way is to make gel using the "no heat method" because it is simple and fast.

Instructions:

  • Rinse sea moss
  • Soak in spring water for 24 hours
  • Strain
  • Blend with spring water to desired texture
  • Refrigerate gel

Once you have the gel made, you can add a scoopful of it to just about anything for added minerals and texture. I love adding seamoss to my smoothies every day.