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      hello there,

      nit sure if i got the name right but does nyone know how to make chia grass pudding... some how no one knows it around tough i have eaten it when i was young...

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      Gina mentioned it in one of her threads, she would know...
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      hey

      whats china grass?

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      Quote Originally Posted by fk1437 View Post
      hello there,

      nit sure if i got the name right but does nyone know how to make chia grass pudding... some how no one knows it around tough i have eaten it when i was young...

      Thanks for reminding me about it. I'm gonna make some too.

      That's how my mom makes. It's ridiculously easy and tastes delicious!

      Heat half a litre or so of milk and once it comes to a boil, add sugar and crushed pistachios to taste. Snip china grass strands into tiny pieces, so they dissolve quickly and easily, and add it in milk. It should be about 3-4 TBsp of china grass. Stir until it dissolves. Take off the flame, let it cool, and then put it in fridge till it firms up.

      Enjoy
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      Quote Originally Posted by desikuri456 View Post
      hey

      whats china grass?
      This is what china grass looks like




      and this is what it is

      China grass is another name for agar agar which is a very typical and common gelling agent used in Asia.

      What is China Grass? - Yahoo! Answers
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      Yup, we make it every Ramadan.. boil milk with sugar and flavor it ( my cook uses almond essence) and disolve some China Grass in water and add to the milk mixture. Chill it..

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      thank u so much... gina what packet do you use... give me the brand name pleasee... thanx for the offer i will pop in sometime i dunno wen...

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      I've found a recipe for it in a cookbook I have so might give it a whirl.
      Considering that agar agar is a gelling agent can it be used to make jelly? I'm just thinking I have many recipes for cool jellies but never make them due to the gelatine required to set them (I've heard you can get suitable for vegetarian gelatine but I've not come across it-yet!).

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