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Agar Agar Powder - 300g

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Agar Agar is a versatile vegetarian gelling agent used in place of gelatine, which is completely soluble in boiling water.  It provides odourless, colourless superior quality gels even at very low concentrations and is in fact the strongest natural gelling agent available.

Ingredients

Agar Agar in Powder form

Example Recipe

Basic Gel
100ml flavoured liquid (i.e. stock, fruit or vegetable juice)
1gm agar agar
Whisk the powder into the cold liquid & bring to the boil.
Cool to set.

Any variety of finely chopped flavour additives may be added to the gel before setting (chopped herbs etc..)
The addition of a small amount of glycerine (1gm per 100ml of liquid), will give a greater flexibility to the finished gel if it is to be cut for wrapping &/or prevent the gel from dehydrating & cracking if preparing in advance

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Agar Agar Uses

Agar Agar Uses

Information 04/11/2014 0
Agar Agar was first introduced from Asia to Europe in the 1800’s and began to be used as a gelling agent in the food industry at the start of the 20th...
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