Grass jelly. All photos by the author. Across the United States, grass jelly is most often known as the cubed, black gelatin that one orders as a topping at bubble milk tea shops. In Los Angeles, there’s an entire chain called Blackball Taiwanese Dessert dedicated to the ingredient—served in a bowl, combined with taro balls, sweet red bean, and maybe a dollop of ice cream. In Asian supermarkets, it’s on the shelf in a can—mixed with honey, water, and the usual additives. People in the West describe it as tasteless. Fresh grass jelly is fragrant, with a lightly smoky undertone.
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