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Irish Moss Gel (paste)

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Irish Moss is unprocessed, raw seaweed, which can be used as a gelling agent without cooking. It’s an amazing thickener and emulsifier (able to bind fat and water-based ingredients) and can help cut down on the quantity of nuts needed in many recipes. It is also known as pearl moss, carrageen moss, seamuisin, curly moss, curly gristle moss, Dorset weed, jelly moss, sea moss, white wrack, and ragglus fragglus. In its fresh condition it is soft and cartilaginous, varying in color from a greenish-yellow to red, dark purple, or purplish brown. I have only used the yellow tinted one. It is easy…

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