Sea moss is a small red seaweed that turns green when heated. It has a crunchy texture with a savory crustacean flavor and compares well with Irish moss.
Ingredients: Dried Sea moss * (Mastocarpus stellatus)
* Of biological origin
Now in compostable packaging!
Origin: EU agriculture. Sea moss is harvested by hand in its natural environment on the coast of Galicia (Bay of Biscay and Portuguese Waters).
Used in salads, baked as a snack. It is used in soups, egg dishes, sauces and stews. Sea moss acts as a thickener and stabilizer in sauces, jams, jellies and desserts.
Indication: 5 grams of dried sea moss per liter of liquid for a runny sauce.
- Soak the desired amount of dried sea moss in enough water for 5 minutes
- After soaking, the mass weighs up to 6 times as much
- Boil the whole for 20 minutes.
General: The recommended dose is about 5 grams of seaweed per day.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION / ALLERGENS
Store at room temperature in a dark and dry place. Once opened, store in an airtight container and consume by the "best before" date printed on the package.
The seaweed may contain traces of molluscs, crustaceans and fish and may contain small natural materials from the sea. The white color that can appear on the seaweed comes from the salt in the seaweed and ensures natural preservation.
See recipe - beautiful Sea moss gel - under additional information: Sea moss gel is great for improved immunity, improved digestion and replenishment of essential vitamins.
NUTRITIONAL VALUE for 100 gram
178 Kcal / 730 KJ
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