Greetings Lovelies!! 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. Here’s a quick video showing you how to make the gel from the actual dry moss I have in store Enjoy
Do you use sea moss?!? How do you use yours? Please comment below I’d love to hear from you!!!
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