Sodium alginate is a thickening and gelling agent that forms heat stable gels in the presence of calcium. This property allows cooks to make small gelled spheres, in a technique known as spherification. Sodium alginate has been used in the food industry for many years for the production of gel-like foods – for example, the pimento stuffing in prepared cocktail olives.
Product of Gemany WHAT IS SHEET/LEAF GELATIN? Sheet Gelatin, also called Leaf Gelatin, works like...
Food grade gelatin powder derived from pork.Category A: derived from pork skin and bones.Gelling agent....