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  • Agar Agar is a gelatin like product made from algae and red seaweed.
  • It is processed by cooking and pressing the algae, freeze drying the residue into bars and then grinding it into a powder.
  • It has stronger setting properties than gelatin.
  • Agar Agar can be used to make the following items:
    • Jellies
    • Puddings
    • Custards
    • Meringues
    • Cake Fillings
  • Agar Agar may also be used as the gelling agent in gel clarification, to clarify stocks, sauces, and other liquids.
  • It can also be used as a substitute for powdered gelatin in some recipes.
  • Agar Agar has many advantages over traditional gelatin.
  • Some advantages include the following:
    • Agar Agar is derived from a plant source rather than an animal source making it suitable for vegetarian and vegan diets.
    • No taste, no odor and no color
    • It sets more firmly than gelatin.
    • Agar agar can set at room temperature; it also stays in jelly form when temperatures rise.
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501001S
  • Carrageenan Iota is a food additive that is commonly used in the culinary industry for various purposes. Here are some culinary usages for Carrageenan Iota:
  • Desserts: Carrageenan Iota is commonly used in the production of jellies, puddings, and mousses, especially those that require heat treatment. It helps to thicken and stabilize these products and creates a smooth, creamy texture.
  • Dairy products: Carrageenan Iota can be added to dairy products, such as cream, ice cream, and yogurt, to improve their texture and stability. It also helps prevent separation and enhances the mouthfeel.
  • Meat products: Carrageenan Iota is used in some meat products, such as sausages and deli meats, to improve texture and water retention. It also helps to prevent the formation of syneresis, the separation of water from the product.
  • Beverages: Carrageenan Iota can be added to beverages, such as chocolate milk and nutritional drinks, to enhance their texture and provide a creamy mouthfeel.
  • Vegan and vegetarian products: Carrageenan Iota is often used in vegan and vegetarian products, such as plant-based milks and cheeses, to replace the texture and functionality of dairy products.
  • General usage: 1g per 100g liquid - Soluble in hot water (140°-175°F) or in cold water with an emersion blender.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501012S
  • Carrageenan Kappa is a food additive that is commonly used in the culinary industry for various purposes especially as a gelling agent. Here are some culinary usages for Carrageenan Kappa:
  • Desserts: Carrageenan Kappa is commonly used in the production of gelatin-based desserts, such as gummies and marshmallows. It helps to thicken and stabilize these products and create a smooth, firm texture.
  • Dairy products: Carrageenan Kappa can be added to dairy products, such as cream, ice cream, and yogurt, to improve their texture and stability. It also helps prevent separation and enhances the mouthfeel.
  • Meat products: Carrageenan Kappa is used in some meat products, such as sausages and deli meats, to improve texture and water retention. It also helps to prevent syneresis, the separation of water from the product.
  • Beverages: Carrageenan Kappa can be added to beverages, such as chocolate milk and nutritional drinks, to enhance their texture and provide a creamy mouthfeel.
  • Vegan and vegetarian products: Carrageenan Kappa is often used in vegan and vegetarian products, such as plant-based milks and cheeses, to replace the texture and functionality of dairy products.
  • Kappa is unstable after freezing and slightly cloudier versus Iota.
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501013S
  • Carrageenan Lamba is a gelling agent soluble in cold water, concentrated sugar solutions, concentrated salt solutions, and 35% ethanol.  Usages include:
  • Dairy products: Carrageenan Lambda can be added to dairy products, such as cream, ice cream, and yogurt, to improve their texture and stability. It also helps prevent separation and enhances the mouthfeel.
  • Beverages: Carrageenan Lambda can be added to beverages, such as nutritional drinks and meal replacements, to provide a thick, smooth texture and enhance the mouthfeel.
  • Meat products: Carrageenan Lambda is used in some meat products, such as sausages and deli meats, to improve texture and water retention. It also helps to prevent the formation of syneresis, the separation of water from the product.
  • Desserts: Carrageenan Lambda can be used to create smooth, stable gels in desserts such as fruit jellies and fruit snacks.
  • Carrageenan Lamba is insoluble in vegetable oil and propylene glycol.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501014S
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(Bloom 150) 3g/0.1oz 300ct
  • These sheets of bronze gelatin at bloom 150 are easy to use and measure.
  • Gels precisely in just three steps: soaking, squeezing and melting.
  • Gelatin sheets are perfect for numerous dishes, appetizers and desserts such as savory aspics, cake fillings, mousses, panna cotta and jellies.
  • This gelatin is pure protein and contains no fat, carbohydrate or allergens.
  • 300 sheets
  • 1000g / 2.2 lb
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501205A
Your Price:
53.75
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(Bloom 200) 2g/500ct
  • These gelatin sheets at bloom 200 are easy to use and measure. 
  • Gels precisely in just three steps: soaking, squeezing and melting.
  • Perfect for numerous dishes, appetizers and desserts such as savory aspics, cake fillings, mousses, panna cotta and jellies.
  • These gelatin sheets are pure protein and contain no fat, carbohydrate or allergens.
  • 500 sheets
  • 1000g / 2.2 lb
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501206A
Your Price:
89.88
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(Bloom 180) 2.5g/0.09oz 100ct
  • These gelatin sheets at bloom 180 are easy to use and measure. 
  • Gels precisely in just three steps: soaking, squeezing and melting.
  • Perfect for numerous dishes, appetizers and desserts such as savory aspics, cake fillings, mousses, panna cotta and jellies.
  • These gelatin sheets are pure protein and contain no fat, carbohydrate or allergens.
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501207B
Your Price:
22.72
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(Bloom 180) 2.5g/0.09oz 400ct
  • These gelatin sheets at bloom 180 are easy to use and measure. 
  • Gels precisely in just three steps: soaking, squeezing and melting.
  • Perfect for numerous dishes, appetizers and desserts such as savory aspics, cake fillings, mousses, panna cotta and jellies.
  • These gelatin sheets are pure protein and contain no fat, carbohydrate or allergens.
  • 400 sheets
  • 1000g / 2.2 lb
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501207A
Manufacturer Item:
1155
Your Price:
71.75
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  • Gellan gum is a type of food additive that is commonly used in culinary applications as a thickening agent, stabilizer, and gelling agent. Gellan Gum is similar to guar gum, carrageenan, agar agar and xanthan gum. It is a popular plant based substitute for gelatin. Here are some common culinary uses of gellan gum:
  • Dairy products: Gellan gum is commonly used in dairy products such as yogurt, cream cheese, and ice cream to improve texture, prevent syneresis (separation of liquid), and stabilize the product.
  • Plant-based milk alternatives: Gellan gum is often used in plant-based milk alternatives such as almond milk, soy milk, and oat milk to improve texture and prevent separation.
  • Jellies and desserts: Gellan gum is used to create jellies and desserts such as fruit gels, panna cotta, and custards. It provides a firm, smooth texture and helps to maintain the shape of the dessert.
  • Sauces and dressings: Gellan gum is used in sauces and dressings to improve texture and prevent separation. It is often used in low-fat or reduced-calorie dressings to provide a creamy texture without the added fat.
  • Beverages: Gellan gum is used in beverages such as sports drinks and fruit juices to improve texture and prevent settling. It can also be used to create suspension of particles or emulsification of fats in certain beverages.
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
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501208S
  • Gellan Gum F Low Acyl is a type of food additive that is commonly used in culinary applications as a thickener, stabilizer, and gelling agent. It is a modified form of gellan gum, and has a lower degree of acylation, which means it forms softer and more elastic gels than regular gellan gum. Here are some common culinary uses of gellan gum low acyl:
  • Dairy products: Gellan gum low acyl is commonly used in dairy products such as yogurt, cream cheese, and ice cream to improve texture, prevent syneresis (separation of liquid), and stabilize the product.
  • Plant-based milk alternatives: Gellan gum low acyl is often used in plant-based milk alternatives such as almond milk, soy milk, and oat milk to improve texture and prevent separation.
  • Jellies and desserts: Gellan gum low acyl is used to create jellies and desserts such as fruit gels, panna cotta, and custards. It provides a softer, more elastic texture than regular gellan gum.
  • Sauces and dressings: Gellan gum low acyl is used in sauces and dressings to improve texture and prevent separation. It is often used in low-fat or reduced-calorie dressings to provide a creamy texture without the added fat.
  • Beverages: Gellan gum low acyl is used in beverages such as sports drinks and fruit juices to improve texture and prevent settling. It can also be used to create suspension of particles or emulsification of fats in certain beverages.
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501209S

  •  Blend of ingredients for Pectin Pate de Fruit
  • Contains pectin, dextrose and citric acid
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501201S
  • Pectin low sugar glazing is a type of gel-reversible glaze that is made with natural apple pectin, that is commonly used as a gelling agent in cooking and baking.
  • This glaze is particularly useful for those who want to reduce the amount of sugar in their recipes, as it allows for the creation of a sweet and glossy finish without the need for large amounts of sugar. Here are some culinary usages for pectin low sugar glazing:
  • Glazing fruit tarts and pies: Pectin low sugar glaze can be brushed onto the surface of fruit tarts and pies to give them a glossy finish and enhance their flavor.
  • Coating fruit desserts: You can use pectin low sugar glaze to coat sliced fruit, such as strawberries or apples, to make them more appealing and appetizing.
  • Decorating cakes: Pectin low sugar glaze can be used to decorate cakes by piping it onto the surface in decorative patterns.
  • Glazing baked goods: Pectin low sugar glaze can be brushed onto the surface of baked goods, such as cinnamon rolls or croissants, to give them a shiny appearance and a hint of sweetness.
  • Making jams and preserves: Pectin low sugar glaze can be used to thicken and sweeten jams and preserves without the need for large amounts of sugar.
  • Sweetening drinks: Pectin low sugar glaze can be used to sweeten drinks such as lemonade or iced tea, without adding excessive amounts of sugar.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501420S
  • Pectin(NH) is a type of apple pectin that is commonly used in the food industry as a gelling and thickening agent. Here are some culinary usages for Pectin(NH):
  • Making fruit fillings: Pectin(NH) can be used to make fruit fillings for pies and pastries. It helps to thicken the mixture and create a cohesive filling.
  • Making jams and jellies: Pectin(NH) is commonly used to make jams and jellies because it helps the fruit mixture to gel and thicken. It is particularly useful for creating a firm texture in low-sugar or sugar-free recipes.
  • Creating fruit spreads: Pectin(NH) can be used to make fruit spreads, such as apple butter or pumpkin butter. It helps to thicken the mixture and create a smooth, spreadable consistency.
  • Thickening sauces and gravies: Pectin(NH) can be added to sauces and gravies to thicken them and give them a smoother texture. This is particularly useful in low-fat or low-calorie recipes.
  • Creating vegan desserts: Pectin(NH) can be used in vegan desserts, such as mousses and puddings, as a thickening agent. It is particularly useful in recipes that do not contain eggs or dairy products.
  • Making low-fat desserts: Pectin(NH) can be used to make low-fat desserts, such as fruit-based custards or puddings. It helps to thicken the mixture and create a smooth, creamy texture without the need for added fat.
  • This pectin is gel- reversible (thermally reversible) so set product can be melted then re-set again.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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  • Pectin pate de fruit powder is a type of modified apple pectin that is used in the production of pectin pate de fruit, a type of fruit jelly candy. Here are some culinary usages for Pectin pate de fruit powder:
  • Making pectin pate de fruit: The primary use for Pectin pate de fruit powder is to make pectin pate de fruit candy. The powder is mixed with fruit puree and sugar, then cooked and set to create the chewy and flavorful candy.
  • As a gelling agent: Pectin pate de fruit powder can be used as a gelling agent in other culinary applications, such as making jams, jellies, and fruit-based sauces.
  • In vegan and vegetarian cooking: Pectin pate de fruit powder can be used as a vegan and vegetarian alternative to gelatin, which is derived from animal products. It can be used to make a variety of dishes, including vegan cheesecake, vegan marshmallows, and vegetarian panna cotta.
  • In molecular gastronomy: Pectin pate de fruit powder is used in molecular gastronomy to create fruit gels with unique textures and flavors. It is often used in combination with other gelling agents and thickeners to create innovative culinary creations.
  • In baking: Pectin pate de fruit powder can be used in baking to create fruit fillings for cakes, pastries, and other desserts. It can also be used to make fruit-flavored glazes and icings.
  • As a flavoring agent: Pectin pate de fruit powder can be used as a flavoring agent in a variety of culinary applications. It can be added to smoothies, yogurt, and oatmeal to add a fruity flavor and natural sweetness.
  • Also known as Pectin Yellow, Yellow Pectin and Pectin Jaune
  • Pectin Pate de Fruit is not thermal reversible.
  • For a reversible pectin, use Pectin Low Sugar Glazing (#501420).
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501419S
  • Rapid-Set Pectin Preserves are a type of fruit preserve made with Rapid-Set Pectin, a type of pectin that sets quickly and requires less sugar than traditional pectin. Here are some culinary usages for Rapid-Set Pectin preserves:
  • Making fruit jams and jellies: Rapid-Set Pectin Preserves are ideal for making fruit jams and jellies. They set quickly and require less sugar, allowing the natural flavors of the fruit to shine through.
  • In baking: Rapid-Set Pectin Preserves can be used in baking to create fruit-filled pastries, cakes, and other desserts. They can also be used to make fruit-flavored glazes and icings.
  • In marinades and sauces: Rapid-Set Pectin Preserves can be used to add a fruity flavor to marinades and sauces for meats and poultry.
  • Usage: .25 - .50%
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501421S
  • Slow-Set Pectin preserves are a type of fruit preserve made with slow-set pectin, a type of pectin that takes longer to set and requires more sugar than fast-set pectin. Here are some culinary usages for Slow-Set Pectin preserves:
  • Making fruit jams and jellies: Slow-Set Pectin preserves are ideal for making fruit jams and jellies that have a softer texture and a sweeter flavor.
  • In baking: Slow-Set Pectin preserves can be used in baking to create fruit-filled pastries, cakes, and other desserts. It can also be used to make fruit-flavored glazes and icings.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501422S
  • Sodium Alginate is extracted from brown seaweed and is widely used in the culinary industry as a thickener, stabilizer, emulsifier, and gelling agent. Here are some common culinary usages for sodium alginate:
  • Molecular gastronomy: Sodium Alginate is used in molecular gastronomy to create spherification, a technique that turns liquids into small, sphere-shaped droplets. This technique is often used to create unusual textures and shapes in dishes such as caviar, fruit juices, and cocktails.
  • Ice cream: Sodium Alginate can be used as a stabilizer in ice cream to improve its texture and prevent ice crystal formation during storage.
  • Sauces and dressings: Sodium Alginate can be used to thicken sauces and dressings, creating a smooth and creamy texture.
  • Baking: Sodium Alginate can be used in baking as a substitute for eggs or as a vegan alternative to gelatin in recipes such as mousse, custard, and pudding.
  • Dairy products: Sodium Alginate can be used in dairy products such as yogurt and cheese to improve their texture and prevent whey separation.
  • Certified Kosher and Pareve
  • Bulk sizes available on request.
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501603S
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