Sea Moss is healthy and deliciously raw in fried salads as a snack.
Ingrediënts: dried seaweed * Sea Moss (Mastocarpus stellatus) * Of biological origin
Origin: EU agriculture. Sea moss is harvested by hand in the natural environment on the coast of Galicia (Bay of Biscay and Portuguese Waters).
Indication: 5 grams of dried sea moss per liter of liquid for a running sauce.
Soak the desired amount of dried sea moss in enough water for 5 minutes
After the weeks, the mass weighs up to 6 times as much
Cook for 20 minutes.
It is used in smoothies, soups, egg dishes, sauces and stews. Sea moss works as a thickener and stabilizer in sauces, jams, jellies and desserts.
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 before the "best before" date on the packaging.
The seaweed may contain traces of molluscs, crustaceans and fish and small natural materials from the sea. The white color that can appear on the seaweed comes from the salt in the seaweed and provides a natural preservation.
|NUTRICIONAL VALUE FOR 100 gram |
|Energy ||178 Kcal / 215 KJ |
|Protein ||16 g |
of which sugars
|3 g |
of which saturated
|1 g |
|Fibers ||49 g |
|Salt ||6,5 g |
1 gram of dried sea moss / 10 grams of soaked sea moss yields approximately 150 µg of iodine (equals AI / Adequate Intake); Maximum 4 grams of dried sea moss / 40 grams of soaked sea moss per person per day.
Made in Spain by Porto-Muinos, S.L.
Pol. Ind. O Acevedo, parcela 14
15185 Cerceda (A Coruna)