Galley Wench Tales

Exploring the world through the people we meet
and the food they eat.

Some might consider the shape of this
bottle … suggestive.  Appropriate.

Most markets carry this… “lead in the pencil” elixir. 
While it’s certainly not anything we “need” my Momma raised me forge bravely ahead when it comes to culinary oddities.  Maybe it was those chocolate ants (just like a Nestle’s Crunch bar — really!) we ate as kids (for real – Mom bought ‘em).
Sea Moss drink’s texture feels like a cross between a pudding and jello.…Ironic.  Its texture is not unlike a certain something some men would wish their women to swallow.  “Cold semen,” as my better half puts it far less coyly.
I bought a second bottle, after trying the first, so I guess you could say I like it.  And the second one didn’t have rum.  Now I swear, we didn’t need this, and that doesn’t have anything to do with my going back for seconds!
Sea Moss elixir ingredients:
water, seamoss, milk, sugar,
assorted roots and spices. 
There are a variety of brands and flavors, though I will likely quit while I’m ahead on this one; too little time, too many new edibles to try.