I adapted this from a recipe out of I AM GRATEFUL. i made a couple of small changes. Makes a wonderful icing for a cake or a dip of somekind. Enjoy
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Blend Irish moss, maple syrup and water until smooth.
process pecans til fine crumble, place into blender with irish moss mix. add all other ingrediants and blend til smooth.

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I adapted this from a recipe out of I AM GRATEFUL. i made a couple of small changes. Makes a wonderful icing for a cake or a dip of somekind.
Enjoy

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Bugger. I can't eat jicama either. It sounds so good though! :)

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ok- what about THIS variation:
1 1/2 ounces Irish moss - rinsed off and soaked (4 hours)
1/2 cup jicama juice
3/4 c agave
2 cups jicama pulp
1 t vanilla powder
pinch salt
do you think it would work?
if so, this would solve so many of my frosting problems!!

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It is a seaweed and serves to thicken.

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DO you know what purpose the seaweed serves in the dish? I ask because I can't eat seaweed but maybe I could find an alternative.

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no, it's a seaweed currently harvested off Jamaica.

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Out of curiosity, what is Irish moss? Is it actual moss?

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