Paper bag jelly fishes are a little known but really exciting creature in the world of jellyfish.
They are a delicacy of some sushi restaurants and sushi bars in Japan and have become popular in the United States.
While you might not realize it, paper bags are made of very fine, very dense paper and are used to store things like snacks, candy, etc. The paper is soft and sticky and is perfect for holding the items you want to hold, but is not very durable or strong.
The jellyfish prefer to use the paper bag to hold their food as it is very tasty and you can put the jellyfish in it if you want.
Paper bag jellies have a little bit of a kick to them but they can be hard to find and difficult to clean up if you don’t want to mess with them or are lazy like me.
I decided to create my own paper bag jello and make my own jellyfish for my collection.
I made a little piece of paper and stuck it in a small jar.
Then I used a piece of tissue paper to cover the jar and I used it to poke a hole in the paper and let it sit out for a week to cure.
I then covered it with a layer of paper towel and let that sit out.
Once it had dried, I placed it in the freezer for a couple days.
Then, I put a piece in a container of paper shredder and I made my own, jellyfish to hold my little treasure.
My paper bag is made from a mix of paper, plastic, and paper glue.
I used some disposable tape and put it in my container of plastic paper to seal it down.
I also put some wax paper in the container of rubber cement to protect it.
I didn’t want any of the glue to get on my skin or make my paper brittle.
After a week, I was ready to test the jello for jellyfish flavor.
I placed the jar in the fridge for a few days and put a little chunk of paper in there.
I took the jar out and I noticed that there was a lot of foam on the bottom of the jar.
I thought it was going to explode and so I opened the jar up and let some of the foam come out.
It tasted just like a jellyfish and was a bit salty but not too salty.
I decided to take a few bites and it was pretty good!
The paper bag had a nice jellyfish taste and I think I will make it again for another week.
As always, thank you for reading and I hope you enjoyed my blog!