Hand picked wild grown Aiyu jelly seeds. The texture of Aiyu jelly made from wild grown aiyu seeds doesnt taste as Q as the commercial ones, but is smoother and slides easily into one's mouth. Melts in your mouth as they say it! It also possesses a slightly herbal layered taste that reminds me of qinchow, that one doesnt get from the commercially grown ones.
How to use - for 4-6 pax
You won’t need SK-II on your hands after making this! 😂😆. 20g of Aiyu seeds ( about half the packet) : 1.2L of water. Reduce to 1L of water, if you prefer jelly that is firmer.
Put the aiyu seeds in a gauze bag and knead in water in a pail/pot for 7 minutes. Leave the water and it will set in about 10mins. Chill in refrigerator.
Water: Best to use natural spring water, unfiltered water, or mineral water
Others: Make sure hands and pail/pot are clean and oil free!
Aiyu Jelly Seed
Established in 2011, Taiwan Origin has since been working with local Aboriginal tribes to expand their sustainable farming practices -without use of chemical pesticides or fertilisers - , so that once again, we can all eat healthily and with peace of mind.
Paving the way home for the Aboriginal kids. Over the years, we have accompanied the aboriginal tribes to do friendly planting and overall community building by traversing mountains and ridges, trekking through mountains and waters. We hope that each tribe can create its own industrial chain from upstream to downstream with its own products, so that young people have the opportunity to return to the tribe.