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Pear Agar Jellies
There’s no need to be scared of seaweed. Really. It goes well beyond sushi with myriad possibilities for flavor sidestepping the salty sea. Seaweeds are a natural way to boost your immunity, cleanse your body of toxins and protect you from heart disease and cancer. And not that I’m a calorie counter, but you can make a no-to-low cal. something to satisfy your afternoon snack attack. Agar-agar has no calories at all!
serves approximately 2 to 4
4 cups water
1 tablespoon agar-agar flakes
2 Red Bartlett Pears, cored and chopped
1-1/2 to 2 teaspoons cinnamon
1 good squirt liquid vanilla stevia
pinch sea salt
nutmeg for sprinkling (optional)
Agar-agar: The Secret Ingredient
Agar is a vegetarian gelatin. It’s made from red seaweed that is processed into bars, flakes or powders. You may find the bars labeled as ‘kanten’.
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