Sea moss Gel
1/2 Cup Sea moss
6 cups Warm water
Juice of 1 lemon
1. Place the sea moss in a container. Pour in water and use your hands to thoroughly wash any debris and excess sea salt from your moss then strain out the water. Do this several times until the sea moss looks and feels less gritty.
2. Place the sea moss in a large size bowl with the 6 cups of warm water, the juice of 1 lemon, and leave to soak overnight. The moss will expand in size and the water should thicken slightly.
3. Pour and drain off the excess water that was used to soak the sea moss.
4. Place the sea moss into a blender and puree into a paste. The sea moss should be gelatinous in texture. Or Boil the sea moss in water until almost dissolved, then blend into a paste. Don’t worry if it’s not too thick to begin with.
5. Scoop out the paste and transfer into a jar/bowl and refrigerate to thicken.
6. Use 4 Tbsp of the paste to make a cup of sea moss drink.