Chondrus crispus—commonly called Irish moss/ Sea moss or carrageen moss (Irish carraigín, "little rock")—is a species of red algae which grows abundantly along the rocky parts of the Atlantic coast of Europe and North America. In its fresh condition this protist is soft and cartilaginous, varying in color from a greenish-yellow, through red, to a dark purple or purplish-brown. The principal constituent is a mucilaginous body, made of the polysaccharide carrageen, which constitutes 55% of its dry weight. The organism also consists of nearly 10% dry weight protein and about 15% dry weight mineral matter, and is rich in iodine and sulfur . When softened in water it has a sea-like odour and because of the abundant cell wall polysaccharides it will form a jelly when boiled, containing from 20 to 100 times its weight of water. Very nutritious
Contents will make 2 gallon of Sea Moss gel
pour contents into a strainer and rinse with water to remove any sand.
Boil 1 gallon of spring water and when it starts to boil turn off fire then add in the strained rinsed contents to the hot water, Stir and cover and let sit for five hours or overnight then pour into blender and strain into storage containers and refrigerate until use
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