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Botanical Name: Chondracanthus chamissoi
Irish sea moss is a type of red algae harvested from the Atlantic coastline of North America, Great Britain, Iceland, and, as the name suggests, Ireland.
Also known as carrageen moss, Irish sea moss is a rich source of protein and various minerals. Because Irish moss becomes jelly-like when boiled in liquids, it is used to thicken puddings and custards.
The flakes can also be sprinkled directly onto foods or into simmering soups and stews.
Collections: Dried Herbs
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