Hey experienced kelp tea slingers - A week ago I made up some kelp tea - cup of kelp into a gallon of water, shaken a bunch and left for a week with random shaking sessions every day. It's all amber now as expected. It doesn't smell funny or anything - kinda fruity - not like it's going bad getting stinky - no problems there. You can see some of the kelp "sauce" still sluicing around in the jug and it froths some when you shake it but there's no outgassing, no "pop" when I take the cap off, so no worries in that direction, either. Don't have it in a fridge since it lives in a barn where outside temps have been in the low 50's mostly. 1) Should I strain it before applying? 2) Should I dilute it before applying? If yes, recommended proportions? Like for instance, take half a gallon and mix it with another half gallon of water? 3) Should I expect it to go bad anytime soon? If yes, does it get stinky so I will know? Thanks - I've never dealt with kelp before beyond having some in my mix.