Raw Moss for cooking
- Hello All,
Does anyone know who has "Raw Moss" for sale. I'd prefer to discuss a
quanitity, and I use a lot. It has been a while since I experiemented, but
I'd like to try again.
Benson's Hand Bindery
Fine Custom Bookbinding & Conservation
Hand Marbled Papers
1319 B Summerville Ave.
Columbia S.C. 29201
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By Raw Moss, do you mean the dried carragheenan that you have to boil and
then strain? If so, I bought a large amount of it about 20 years ago from
Talas in N.Y. but after finding blender caragheenan I never boiled another
batch. If Talas no longer sells it, you can try a health foods store, one
that sells in bulk. Ask for "Irish Moss Tea". By the way, the best device
for straining is a cloth paint strainer (available at a paint store) much
better than panty hose which I used to use!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jake Benson" <jemiljan@...>
To: "Marbling list" <Marbling@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Wednesday, March 06, 2002 11:41 PM
Subject: [Marbling] Raw Moss for cooking
> Hello All,
> Does anyone know who has "Raw Moss" for sale. I'd prefer to discuss a
> quanitity, and I use a lot. It has been a while since I experiemented,
> I'd like to try again.
> Jake Benson
> Benson's Hand Bindery
> Fine Custom Bookbinding & Conservation
> Hand Marbled Papers
> 1319 B Summerville Ave.
> Columbia S.C. 29201
> Phone: 803.799.1853
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
- Jake.....Talas may yet have some old stock...have you tried them?
Does this ever bring back memories!! Do you prefer all the trouble over the
powder? I once collected some at the beach in Maine, it worked moderately
well. The powder sure is expensive, but is consistent at least.