Are gelatin and pectin the same thing?
Gel with vegetable agar and pectin
Herbal gelling agents agar agar and pectin are perfect for calorie-free and vegan gelling of desserts and jams.
Vegetable binders and gelling agents: agar agar and pectin
Gelling agents are food additives. They bind water and give many dishes such as sauces, desserts or jams a firm or creamy consistency. Animal gelatin is often used as a conventional gelling agent. However, the trend is moving further and further away from animal products made from hides and bones towards alternative, plant-based products. We are talking about these two in particular: agar agar and pectin.
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