Sea moss, also known as Irish Sea Moss, is an incredible superfood with a wide range of health benefits! Making Sea Moss Gel is super easy and can be used in many ways, from in your smoothies to as a face mask! I’ll show you how to make it step-by-step so that you can begin to enjoy its amazing benefits!

For more natural immune boosting remedies, check out our Fire Cider Tonic, Homemade Elderberry Syrup, or Elderberry Sea Moss Gummies next!

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What is Sea Moss?

Irish Sea moss, commonly referred to as Chondrus Crispus, is a type of red algae native to the Atlantic shorelines of the Caribbean Islands, North America, and Europe. Sea moss has become increasingly popular due to Dr. Sebi’s teachings on the healing properties of sea moss.

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Sea Moss In Various Forms: Top left- raw sea moss that has been soaked, Top right- Sea Moss Gel, Bottom Left- Raw, unsoaked sea moss, Bottom Right- Sea Moss Powder

Types of Sea Moss:

There are several species of seaweed/algae that are commonly referred to as sea moss. Today’s most popular and commonly used are Chondrus Crispus, Genus Gracilaria, and Eucheuma Cottonii.

Dried Raw Irish Sea Moss
Raw Dried Sea Moss (before soaking)

Sea Moss Benefits

  • Sea Moss is rich in amino acids, vitamin C, vitamin A, omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and minerals.
  • It contains 92 of the 102 minerals that our bodies need like zinc, iodine, iron, and more!
  • Because it is mucilaginous (sticky and thick), it helps soothe the mucus membranes in the body and helps your body get rid of any excess mucus. It is especially helpful in reducing congestion and clearing out phlegm buildup in the lungs, which is particularly helpful when you are dealing with a cold.  Sea Moss is also a prebiotic and helps to get rid of bad bacteria in the gut, which further increases digestive health.
  • Sea Moss is also great for your skin! I am sure you have heard of the recent sea moss facial trends. Because of its high vitamin and mineral content, sea moss is great when applied directly to the skin. It helps improve eczema, psoriasis, and acne outbreaks.

Here’s a list of a few vitamins and minerals found in Sea Moss

  • Potassium
  • Calcium
  • Magnesium
  • Selenium
  • Vitamins A, K, and E
  • Zinc
  • Folate
  • Manganese
  • Selenium

How to Prepare Sea Moss

It is important to first, clean the sea moss and remove any sea debris, dirt, or particles. When handling sea moss always make sure your hands are clean so that you do not contaminate the sea moss and be sure to use filtered, spring, or alkaline water. Never use tap water to clean your sea moss.

Cleaned Sea Moss (before soaking)
Cleaned Sea Moss (before soaking)

I recommend cleaning your sea moss twice to make sure it is cleaned thoroughly. Simply place your dried sea moss in a large bowl, cover it with water, and massage the sea moss. Be sure to remove any visible dirt and debris.

Soaked Irish Sea Moss
Soaked Sea Moss

How long should sea moss be soaked?

12-14 hours

After cleaning the sea moss, place the sea moss in a large bowl and cover it with filtered, alkaline, or spring water. Make sure all the parts of the sea moss are covered. Then, cover the sea moss and allow it to soak for at least 12-24 hours. You can leave it on the counter covered at room temperature. You do not need to soak the sea moss in the refrigerator.

Once it is done soaking it will have expanded as it has absorbed the water. It is now ready to use. You can leave the sea moss in this state and use it as needed, or prepare a sea moss gel (highly recommended).

Soaked Sea Moss
Soaked Sea Moss (ready for use)

Does boiling sea moss kill the nutrients?

Boiling the sea moss is a method some people use when making sea moss gel. I prefer to soak it raw to maintain the highest integrity and nutrient content. To learn how to properly boil sea moss to make gel, check out this step-by-step guide on How To Boil Sea Moss To Make Sea Moss Gel.

Sea moss gel is a great addition to hot drinks and you can also add it to foods when cooking and it still provides incredible nutrient benefits. My Blueberry Chia Sea Moss Jam is a great example.

How to Make Sea Moss Gel (Sea Moss Gel Recipe)

Once you have your soaked sea moss, remove the sea moss from the liquid, and transfer it to a clean, dry plate. Do not discard the water because this water, which now contains tons of nutrients from the sea moss, will be used to make the gel. (If your water has lots of debris in it or is cloudy, discard your water and use fresh spring or alkaline water to make your sea moss gel.)

  • Add the sea moss to a high-powered blender along with the water. Use 1 cup of water to start and add more depending on the consistency you would like your gel.
  • Blend until it is smooth, about 1-3 minutes. Transfer the Sea Moss into an airtight container/mason jar, and refrigerate. The sea moss gel will thicken in the fridge after 2 hours.
Close up of Sea Moss Gel
Freshly Blended Sea Moss To Make Sea Moss Gel

How To Store Sea Moss And How Long Does Sea Moss Gel Last?

Sea Moss Gel: Store in an airtight container. It can last in the fridge for up to 1 month. You can store it in the freezer for up to 3 months. You can also pour it into an ice-cube tray and freeze the sea moss for later use. This is perfect for taking the cubes and throwing them into your smoothies.

Dry Sea Moss (unsoaked and raw) can be stored for up to one year in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.

How to make Irish Sea Moss Gel

Common Questions

How to use Sea Moss in a Smoothie

  • You can put the soaked sea moss directly into a smoothie, about 4 to 8 grams
  • Or you can add 1-2 tablespoons of sea moss gel

How much sea moss gel to take daily

The recommended amount of sea moss gel to take daily  is 1-2 tablespoons or 4 to 8 grams.

Can you eat too much sea moss?

Sea moss is a rich source of  iodine, an essential mineral that helps stimulate proper thyroid function. However, having too much iodine in your diet can cause health issues. Always be mindful of how much sea moss you are consuming daily and stick to the recommended amount of 1 to 2 tablespoons or 4 to 8 grams.

According to a study published in the Environmental Science and Pollution Research Journal, taking 4 to 8 grams of sea moss a day does not pose a health risk.

Can you eat sea moss by itself?

You technically can eat sea moss gel on its own. Some people do not mind the taste and enjoy taking it with nothing else. On its own sea moss may have a slight seaweed taste. However, you cannot taste it at all when it is mixed into juices and smoothies, or used as a thickener in soups or desserts.

How much Bladderwrack to add to Sea Moss

Bladderwrack enhances the sea moss and also has a ton of incredible benefits of its own, including increasing your thyroid health, aiding in digestion, and cleansing the body. If you want to add bladderwrack to your sea moss, add 1 tbsp bladderwrack powder per 8 ounces of Sea Moss Gel.

Here is a good Bladderwrack option: Amazon | XPRS Nutra Organic Bladderwrack Powder

Does Sea Moss Need To Be Refrigerated?

Sea moss gel is perishable and needs to be stored in an airtight container in the fridge. Sea Moss gel typically lasts up to a month in the fridge. Do not store sea moss gel in pantries or room-temperature areas; it will go bad. Only raw dried sea moss can be stored at room temperature in a sealed bag. It typically lasts up to one year.

Jamaican Irish Moss Drink
Jamaican Irish Moss Drink

Uses of sea moss gel:

Sea moss does not have a taste (at all) when mixed with foods and liquids, which is why I love it so much and why it can be added to a variety of foods!

Try using sea moss  gel in your:

  • Smoothies
  • Juices
  • To replace a thickening agent in cooking
  • As a salad dressing
  • Dip for fruit
  • Face Mask
  • Hair Mask
chocolate raspberry sea moss smoothie
Chocolate Raspberry Sea Moss Smoothie

Where did I get my Sea Moss

I got my sea moss from Donata Skinfood. Always make sure you get your sea moss from a reputable source.

More Sea Moss Related Post:

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I hope you enjoyed learning about Sea Moss Benefits and How to Make Sea Moss Gel!

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If you’d love to try new, delicious ways to use sea moss, check out my cookbook: Cooking With Sea Moss! The cookbook has over 50 recipes that are plant-based, gluten-free, vegan, and all contain sea moss!

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Sea Moss Gel Recipe (How To Make Sea Moss Gel)

Sea moss, also known as Irish Sea Moss, is an incredible superfood with a wide range of health benefits! It’s been lauded for its immense health benefits for years! Making Sea Moss Gel is incredibly easy and has so many uses!
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Course: Sauce or Marinade
Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Healthy Options, Vegan
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 12 hours
Total Time: 12 hours 5 minutes
Servings: 20 tablespoons
Calories: 10.1kcal


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  • 1 oz Dried Raw Irish Sea Moss (about 29 grams when weighed)
  • 1-2 cups Alkaline or Spring Water, plus more for cleaning and soaking the sea moss


  • Place the dried sea moss in a large bowl, cover it with water, and massage the sea moss. Be sure to remove any visible dirt and debris. Drain and repeat this step once more.
  • Place the sea moss in a large bowl and cover it with filtered or spring water. (do not use tap water) Make sure all the parts of the sea moss are covered. Allow the sea moss to soak for 12-24 hours. (at room temperature)
  • Add the sea moss to a high-powered blender along with the water. Start with 1 cup of water and add more if necessary (no more than 2 cups total)
  • Blend until it is smooth, about 1-3 minutes. Transfer the Sea Moss into an airtight container/mason jar, and refrigerate. The sea moss gel will thicken in the fridge after 2 hours.
  • Transfer the Sea Moss into an airtight mason jar. Store in the refrigerator for up to 1 month or in the freezer for up to 3 months.
  • Enjoy 1-2 tablespoons a day in smoothies, tea, coffee, soups, jams, etc.


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  • Start with 1 cup of water when blending and add up to 2 cups, to reach your desired consistency. Remember, the sea moss gel will thicken when you put it in the fridge. 

  • The recipe will yield at least 1.25 cups or more, depending on how thick your sea moss is. 
  • Use alkaline or spring water to clean, soak, and blend the sea moss.
  • The amount of water you use will depend on how thick you want your sea moss gel.
  • When you initially blend the sea moss it may appear runny. The Sea Moss will thicken in the fridge. 
  • Sea Moss can last in the fridge for 3-4 weeks.
  • You can store it in the freezer for up to 3 months.
  • You can also pour it into an ice-cube tray and freeze the sea moss for later use. This is perfect for taking the cubes and throwing them into your smoothies.
  • Add 1-2 tablespoons of Sea Moss to your favorite Smoothie
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STORE: Store Sea Moss Gel in an airtight container. It can last in the fridge for up to 1 month. You can store it in the freezer for up to 3 months. You can also pour it into an ice-cube tray and freeze the sea moss to use it for later use. This is perfect for taking the cubes and throwing them into your smoothies.
What does spoiled sea moss smell like? Always be mindful of checking your sea moss gel before consuming it. Storing conditions vary and can impact how long the sea moss gel will last and be safe for consumption. If you open your sea moss gel and it has a pungent fishy smell, smells sour, or has any signs of molding or discoloration, this indicates that the sea moss has spoiled. Do not consume it and make sure to immediately throw it in the trash.
HOW MUCH TO TAKE: The recommended amount of Sea Moss Gel to take daily is 1-2 tablespoons per day. offers nutritional information for recipes contained on this site. This information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only. To obtain the most accurate representation of the nutritional information in any given recipe, you should calculate the nutritional information with the actual ingredients you used to make the recipe. For more information read our Nutritional Disclaimer.


Calories: 10.1kcal

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    1. 5 stars
      thank you very much for this article. More of the ones I’ve seen say to boil it which I am against wanting to retain the nutrients in raw foods.. so I really appreciate your insights there.
      Question: my sea moss is very salty, is yours? I mostly am very interested in actually eating it in it’s natural state as I love the wood mushroom texture. But I can’t find anything to read as everyone is into the sea moss gel fad. Do you know more or have any recipes, salads, etc? thanks so much

      1. Hi Gaea! I am glad you found the information helpful! To avoid your sea moss being salty, make sure to wash it thoroughly before soaking it. Soaking the sea moss with lime also helps. I am not sure about eating it in its dried state. You can most certainly add soaked sea moss to your salads. I have sea moss recipes throughout my site, most using sea moss gel. Let me know if you try any! 🙂

  1. 5 stars
    I’ve always wanted to learn how to make this! Thanks for the easy breakdown of the steps. Can’t wait to try!

      1. 5 stars
        I can’t wait to try this! But I’m wondering; is there any difference in the colors of the sea moss? I’ve noticed on Amazon that there’s a big difference in the prices, does it make difference in the cost of the product? Thanks for sharing all the information.

        1. I just took and soak my CMOS about 16 hours I drained it off then I turned a around and gave it a last rinish now my point is I’m very new to this I’m trying to figure out what do I mix it with can you please get back in contact with me as soon as possible thank you

        2. Hi there, I was wondering if you add burdock root or elderberry to your sea moss gel and if so how much would you recommend?

  2. 5 stars
    This was an interesting post. Was good to learn about sea moss. And to know about the benefits.

    1. Hi, where do you buy the sea moss from to make the gel? I thought I saw a link from the site you use but now I can’t find it and I’m eager to try your gelling recipe.

  3. 5 stars
    Oh wow! I haven’t worked with sea moss before. I love all those health benefits! Will have to try using it in a smoothie.

  4. 5 stars
    I was reading about this recently, so I was amazed to come across your post. I am so curious to try this! Love the idea of freezing in the ice cube tray for when you need it!

    1. Hi Alexandra! I always make a bit extra and freeze whatever is left in ice cube trays. It’s been helpful to just grab a cube when I am making a smoothie. Also, freezing it preserves it at its optimal level of freshness and potency.

    1. Using it as a salad dressing sounds great! I’ve done that a few times and added fresh herbs and lemon to make it even tastier! As for the mask, I would say as often as you like. There are some that do it every day. I personally like to use it as a mask 2-3 times a week. I mix a tablespoon with about a teaspoon of turmeric and where it for 20 minutes.

  5. 5 stars
    I am so happy I have learned something new today! I had no idea what sea moss is:) Thank you for the detailed post, very well explained and love the video too !

      1. Hi Violet, I am not sure exactly what you are asking. However, I typically add 1 tbsp of bladderwrack to my sea moss gel. The bladderwrack enhances the sea moss and helps your body better absorb the nutrient benefits of the sea moss.

  6. You need to tell people about the using the water which can result in salty sea moss. I kinda ruined a batch because I didn’t know.

    1. Hi Levy. I haven’t come across the problem of my sea moss being too salty. It’s best to use the water that the sea moss was soaked in as it holds a ton of nutrients, but you can always use fresh purified water to make the gel.

      1. I’ve tried it both ways. If you rinse your sea moss well, it should not taste salty. I have not run into my sea moss tasting salty. I have tried soaking my sea moss with lime and it does not make a noticeable difference.

  7. 5 stars
    Ok – wow – this is such an interesting post! I’ve literally never heard of sea moss, and certainly had no idea about its nutrition benefits … or what on earth to do with it! Super informative!

  8. 5 stars
    I’ve never heard of this but it sounds so interesting! I’m 6 months pregnant and my skin has been SO red and bumpy my entire pregnancy. Definitely need to try it ASAP!

  9. 5 stars
    I am glad that I found this recipe. Can you post one on how to make fruit infused sea moss gel? I really love when its infused with peaches and ginger/lemon.

  10. I tried adding burdock root and bladderwrack to my purple seamoss and it’s gritty. I blended it with my Ninja blender. It also didn’t turn to gel. Not sure what I did wrong.

    1. Hi Linda! Alkaline water generally has a ph of 8-9 and purified is relatively neutral with a ph of 7. If you have alkaline water that would be even better to use! But if not, purified water works great!

    1. Hi Bildoone! Sea moss is definitely great for a lot of things! I would recommend talking to your doctor to determine if Sea Moss helps with type 2 diabetes. 🙂

      1. Hi Juanita, the general consensus and recommendation is that can take 1-2 tablespoons a day, but always consult with your health care provider for a more definitive answer. 🙂

    1. Hi Tiffany! It may seem runny after you initially blend it. It will thicken up after a couple of hours of sitting in the fridge. If it is still too runny and you have more raw sea moss, you can soak a bit more and add it to your batch. (blending it with the sea moss you made).

  11. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for this! I think I did pretty good for the first time. I’m used to buying Irish Moss drinks, but these days folks are selling pint jars of sea moss for $20! I saw that and decided I’d just make it myself. Of course, I’m gonna try your Irish moss recipe. 😊

  12. 5 stars
    Hi! Love this post and it’s appreciated to get better insights on what I needed to know. … So I ordered some seamoss gel amen am expecting it soon. How long should it be out in transit? And how can I store what’s unused

    1. Hi RA! I am glad you found the information helpful! Any unused sea moss gel will last up to a month stored in the fridge in an airtight container. You can also freeze any extra sea moss and it will last up to 3 months!

  13. Question? My sea moss is a lil runny, I used to much water, 2 cups instead of 1 or 1/12. Is it still effective and nutritious?

    1. Hi Bryan! Yes, your sea moss is still nutritious and should be just fine! I usually use 2 cups when making my sea moss because I like the consistency it gives. The sea moss also thickens more when you keep it in the fridge. I usually use about 1/4 cup in my smoothies or whatever else I am using it for and it works just fine! 🙂

  14. Can you please tell me the ratio of burdock root to sea moss? The ratio of bladderwrack to sea moss is 1 tbsp per 8 ounces of dried sea moss?

  15. 5 stars
    Hi Capri
    For the gel recipe, I’m not sure I understand one part (probably a silly question). The first 1-2 soaks of sea moss & water to clean (before using the spring or purified water to mix in the blender)… Is that using tap water or the spring /purified water?
    Wondered since it’s a soak rinse step, can tap water be used, then switch to the ‘cleaner’ spring water to make the gel?
    Thanks for the review and reply… Great article?

  16. I’ve read that prepared sea moss gel must be stored in the fridge covered with a piece of cheesecloth or something similar to allow it to breath, since it is a living organism. When I tried it (for the first time), it seemed to have spoiled prior to 4 weeks. Curious about your thoughts on this (allowing it to breath vs. storing in air tight container; or perhaps either is acceptable).

      1. Wow !thank you so much sis. I just stumbled onto this site on my way to work this morning, can I order this sea moss on amazon.

  17. 5 stars
    Thank you so much for this detailed recipe! I was able to make my sea moss gel so easily. I’ve been having it everyday now in my smoothies

  18. Just love your ideas about sea moss. just did not know sea moss was so versatile and had so much health benefits

  19. 5 stars
    When blending my sea moss in a high power blender it warmed it up a bit. Do you think that will affect the nutrients?

  20. Thank you. Please clarify the water usage: I’m confused by using spring water to soak and clean the moss but then turn around and use the same dirty water to make the gel? A little confused, thanks.

    1. Hello, you should thoroughly clean the sea moss, removing any visible dirt and debris before soaking the sea moss. The water you use to clean the sea moss should be discarded. Then use fresh spring or alkaline water to soak the sea moss. If you have properly cleaned your sea moss the water should not be dirty. However, if you find the water is cloudy or dirty after the sea moss has soaked and expanded, use fresh water to make the sea moss gel.

  21. 5 stars
    I just made this for the first time. Has a seaweed smell (shocker) but I tried a teaspoon right away… It was tough to get down. I think I will mix it with my tuna tomorrow so I don’t notice the taste. Looking forward to the health benefits.

  22. 5 stars
    Hello there, this information was so helpful I had know idea how to prepare Sea Moss, and I am so thankful for this web page, I will certainly be tuned in goodfoodbaddie, thanks again!!

  23. Thank you for this post! I want to incorporate sea moss into my regular rotation, and making your own gel looks so easy. Will also be trying your recipe for the traditional Jamaican drink!

  24. Hello
    Which water would u perfer ? What kind alkaline water ? I like spring water but wondering which u perfer as i just order sea moss wait for it to be shipped

  25. Thanks!! I am cleaning and soaking my sea moss now. Too bad I have to wait till tomorrow to finish, but I have all the ingredients for the blueberry jam and the Jamaican drink!

  26. I recently purchased some prepared Jamaican Irish Sea Moss Gel from a vendor at a street fair, and within a few days of a daily does, my perpetually sniffy nose dried up. WOW! I found your clearly written and easy recipe and had planned to order the sea moss from your sponsor, Donata Skinfood, but a popup requesting my name, email and phone number and agreement to receive texts blocked the screen and I could not dismiss it to read the direction or see pricing. So I will go elsewhere to purchase my ingredients. You may want to mention to Donata Skinfood that their greed and obnoxious marketing lost this and future sales. I will not be strong-armed into providing info before I have seen the product. But thank you to YOU for the excellent recipe. I have already shared your page with several friends.

  27. Hi there Capri lily, I’m interested in using the Sea moss gel for my hair do you use it as a conditioner? And for my skin?

  28. 5 stars
    Hi! Thank you for this recipe. I was wondering how much burdock root would you mix into the recipe? I have loose root and was going to make a tea to blend in when preparing the gel.

    1. Hi Rebecca! I am glad you like the recipe! I haven’t tried adding burdock root to the sea moss gel, so unfortunately I cannot advise you there. I’ve only tried mixing sea moss gel into my burdock root tea. Making a tea blend and using it to make sea moss gel sounds like a wonderful idea! Please let me know how it goes.

  29. Hi there I have looked a d looked and cannot fine your jam recipes. I’d love to order your cook book but here in Canada the book costs $45. Could you please send me the jam recipe. God bless

  30. After reading a bit about seamoss I’m very interested in trying it. I have a couple of questions. Where do I order it and how much does it cost. Also, I am currently taking a blood thinner, Warfarin for a health issue. Is it safe to take while taking a prescribed blood thinner?

  31. I love this,i grow up on the use of SEA MASS mama use to add it to plantain porridge,cornmeal porridge,oats porridge, KUNCANTE it was great time.

  32. 5 stars
    hey baddie hey!

    you are Awesome! thank you for the sea moss info! i read that you shouldn’t use the water you soak the sea moss in (not sure why you wouldn’t – it’s full of good stuff) and i just tossed out my sea moss water! i will be using it to blend the sea moss and for my plant babies!

    thank you for the tips!

  33. Hey there
    I use sea moss powder and what I usually do is boil the water then let it cool off just a little so it’s not piping then add my sea moss powder to it and blend, is this OK, am I deteriorating the nutrients. It tried with warm water and it just didn’t come out smooth enough for me to also add to my hair and skin DIYs

  34. Haven’t made this yet I am taking it though. I like orange and turmeric that’s what my seamoss blend is now. Can you tell me how to add and how much for flavors.

  35. 5 stars
    Thank you for the great tips! My sea moss gel came out perfect. I’ve been following you for a while and just bought your Sea Moss Cookbook. I can’t wait to use my sea moss gel to make the recipes

  36. I know we have to wash it before preparing it but does that rinse off some of the minerals from the seaweed in the rinsing/cleansing stage?

  37. Thank you, I give 1/2 Tbsp. twice a day to my cat for his health and allergy issue and it helps him a lot so I thought it would help a human too. I want to give it to a couple of friends, one 60 and one 80 + so they can feel the difference before they spend money on it. I am sensitive to things and feel right away even the water so want to get the amount that would equal 2 Tbsps. of the gel. I feel it is better than throwing it all out even though the plants love it too. 🙂

    1. I totally get that :). If you are sensitive, it is always a good idea to start out with 1-2 teaspoons and see how you feel, then work your way up to 1-2 tablespoons if desired.

  38. Hi Capri Lily,
    I think I worded my previous question incorrectly. I give 1/2 Tbsp. of the sea moss water, what’s left after I make the gel, twice a day to my cat for his health and allergy issue and it helps him a lot so I thought to share it with a couple of friends/family, one 60 and one 80 + so they can experience it before they spend their money. What amount of the water would equal 2 Tbsps. of the gel?

    Thank you so much!

  39. Hello
    I just purchase a big batch of Seamoss that I want to maximize, the trouble I have is that I don’t know ow how much seamoss versus how much water to put in my blender so that it’s not too thin and not too thick .

    Can you a me get the right measurements.
    My blender ninja can take 2.1 liter if that helps …
    For every once of seamoss how much water should I be using 🤔…

    Thanks for the help

    1. Hi! For one ounce of dried sea moss, soaked and expanded, start with 1 cup of water and blend until smooth. If the mixture is too thick, add up to 1 cup more, usually 1.5 cups of water is enough to make a thick gel. Do keep in mind that the gel will also thicken in the fridge.

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