Sea Moss Gel Recipe
Sea moss gel is virtually tasteless so it is easy to add to different types of recipes. It’s easy to make and beneficial to add to your daily diet.
Servings 32 tablespoons
- 1 cup dried whole sea moss packed
- 1-2 cups spring water
Prepping Your Sea Moss
Remove your sea moss from the package. (It will have a slight smell. That's a good thing!).
Thoroughly rinse your seaweed with filtered or spring water. (Do not use tap water).
Grab a bowl and fill it with water. Place your sea moss in and soak in Spring or filtered water for 4 to 8 hours or overnight.
Making Your Sea Moss Gel
After soaking, drain water from the bowl. You will notice it has lost some color (almost translucent and has expanded 3x its original size.) That’s normal.
Add your sea moss and fresh spring water to a high-speed blender and blend for 1-2 minutes until completely smooth.
Pour into a glass jar and place a lid on top. Store in the refrigerator until it solidifies into a gel.
Use in raw vegan desserts, homemade jams, vegan bread, smoothies, and soups.
Sea moss gel can last in the refrigerator for 3 - 4 weeks and in the freezer for 2- 3 months.
- The amount of water use will depend on how thick you want your gel to be. I personally never measure anything. I just use enough water to get your blender going.
- Sea moss gel can last in the refrigerator for 3 - 4 weeks and in the freezer for 2- 3 months. To freeze, put your moss in ice cube trays.
- Raw sea moss (not the gel) can be stored in a dark cool place for up to 1 year (sometimes longer).
- The method I use to make the gel is the blender method. Others boil it to make the gel. Either method works just fine.
Serving: 2tablespoons | Calories: 3kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 1g | Sodium: 5mg | Potassium: 4mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 8IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 1mg