Agar-agar is a strong gelling agent derived from sea vegetables. It is often used as a vegetarian alternative to gelatine, however has a higher melting and gelling point than gelatine which makes it an inappropriate substitute for gelatine in some preparations.
Instructions: Mix in liquid, bring to boil, let cool down.
Ingredients: Gelling agent: agar-agar (E406); Dextrose
Allergens: No Allergens
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