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Irish Moss Mango Jello

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
2 Mangoes
5 tablespoons Irish Moss Gel
Star Anise optional

Irish Moss Mango Jello

This homemade Mango jello is sure to be a new favorite if you love mangoes.

Ingredients

Directions

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This mango jello recipe only requires a few ingredients and is the perfect starter recipe once you’ve got your Irish moss gel ready.

Steps

1
Done

Prepare the mangoes

Peel your mangoes and scrape the mango fruit away from the seed using the edge of a knife. You can collect this in a bowl (watch out they are slippery). You’ll get a lot more if you use the edge of your knife to scrape the fruit from the mango skin as well.

2
Done

Add Irish moss gel and other ingredients

Add the mango fruit to your blender along with the Irish moss gel. This helps to get it firm. Add star anise (optional) or any other spices or sweeteners. You shouldn’t really need any sweetener as mangoes are very sweet already.

3
Done
1-2 minutes

Blend it together

Blend for 1-2 minutes or until smooth. Taste the mixture to check for desired sweetness. Note the taste will be a little different after it becomes firm due to the relation of taste and texture.

4
Done
Overnight

Refridgerate

Finally pour the mixture into a container, cover and refrigerate over night. By morning the mixture should have gotten firm like Jell-O, if not it should after another day. This is a very delicious snack that puts store bought Jell-O to shame both in flavor and health benefits.

Adonai

Born in New York to a Jamaican family, studied Tae Kwon Do at the age of 7, started cooking at 12. Following Dr. Sebi since 2014, I currently work in China as an ESL teacher, and yes, I speak Chinese.

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Is it Normal to get an headache and feel nauseous after consuming Irish Sea Moss for the very 1st time?

Yes sometimes you will feel some discomfort. You should accompany this herb with plenty of water, it has the benefit of cleansing mucus from the sinus. That maybe why you feel a headache. If so try to stay away from grain and nuts and let your body cleanse. Nausea may be caused by the strange slimy texture and maybe you find it off putting.

Hey. Just wanted 2 thank for taking your time 2 create this website. Recipes seem simple and easy 2 follow. Thanks brother

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