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Superfood: IRISH MOSS

Irish Moss

Calcium phosphate, and the phosphates of potassium, sodium and magnesium are required by the cells of the brain, liver, flesh and bones. Calcium phosphate salts form the major insoluble inorganic component of the bone, so intake of this salt can aid bone integrity and keep teeth strong and healthy.

Use a spoon of Irish moss gel in your smoothies, sauces, puddings, desserts. I use it in everything for added superfood nutrition.  Irish moss is truly a treasure of the sea!

Irish Moss Paste

1 cup Irish moss, soaked

2 cups purified water (or more to cover)

To make:

Rinse the Irish moss in cold water, until it’s cleansed well. The raw product is filled with sand, so you need to rinse it several times before soaking

Let the Irish moss soak in cold water for 6-12 hours or overnight (it can soak for longer if needed)

Place the soaked Irish moss in a high-speed blender with the purified water.

Process until it has formed into a paste – make sure it’s blended well or it will not set properly. The paste should be smooth, when rubbing it between the fingers.

Use the gel immediately or keep in the fridge for up to a week or freeze it in ice cube trays.

(**Read about the mis-informed controversy surrounding IRISH MOSS right now:  click HERE.)

You are what you eat. You are what you think. ~Gracious Living Lifestyle  XO


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