Grass Jelly

Grass jelly, or leaf jelly or herb jelly, is a jelly-like dessert eaten in East Asia (mainly in China and Southeast Asia). It is created by using the Platostoma palustre plant (a member of the mint family) and has a mild, slightly bitter taste.

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    Grass Jelly Drink

    $ 1.90

    Grass jelly is made out of tea which is from the stalks and leaves of this plant called Chinese mesona. The signature jelly-like texture is from the added arrowroot powder which is a natural thickening agent. Grass jelly drinks are known to have lots of health benefits.

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    Grass Jelly Normal

    $ 2.20

    jelly-like dessert drink found in China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia, made by boiling grass or leaves of the mint family with potassium carbonate, and then cooling the liquid to a jelly-like consistency.

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    Grass Jelly Soya Milk

    $ 2.50

    Grass jelly is made out of tea which is from the stalks and leaves of this plant called Chinese mesona. The signature jelly-like texture is from the added arrowroot powder which is a natural thickening agent. Grass jelly drinks are known to have lots of health benefits.

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    Red Bean Jelly Bowl

    $ 2.40

    Have you tried or seen a Japanese red bean jelly called Yokan (羊羹, ようかん)? This traditional Japanese sweet is usually shaped like a rectangular block and the texture is pretty firm so even when sliced thinly it would stand upright.

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