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gelling agent

[′jel·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
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Blood orange terrine from Simon King, chef/proprietor at restaurant 1861, near Abergavenny Serves 4 Ingredients 12 blood oranges Gelatine or alternative gelling agent Sugar to taste Grande Marnier, also to taste, and optional Method Segment the oranges (ie peel and cut out the segments, with a sharp knife, which will ensure that you leave the pith behind) into a colander over a bowl to catch the orange juice.
SHPL manufactures and supplies natural and chemically modified guar gum used as a gelling agent for Pressure Pumping.
The thing that makes this culinary alchemy possible is a gelling agent called Softia G, one of many nutritional-therapy products from Japan's Nutri Co.
Sodium alginate is the main gelling agent used now for inkjet bioprinting, but has some compatibility problems with certain cell types.
The soft, assorted fruit drops contain pectin, a gelling agent that helps prevent the drops from melting and sticking together.
A very strong gelling agent (i.e., [Ba.sup.2+]), which allowed instantaneous gel formation, needed a bigger radius to reduce the exchange specific surface between the microspheres and the SA solution in order to slow down the diffusion process.
The setting properties of the mallow sap were found to be most appealing and, when gelatine came along, it soon replaced mallow sap as the gelling agent, but the sweet treats persisted.
Then emulsion is incorporated into gel base and an optimized formula of emulgel with different grades and different concentration of gelling agent by applying suitable statistical design is obtained.
A common gelling agent and thickener, gelatin is derived from the bones and skins of cows, pigs, or fish.
A gelling agent that sticks to the skin when lit ablaze, it can be mixed with a fuel like petroleum to produce a fire than burns at more than 5,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
The present study offers a new possibility of using low cost alternative gelling agent which will reduce the production costs considerably plant tissue culture techniques.
Banding Solution 4 Gelling agent and gelling aids; including ~1% carrageenan, locust bean gum, and potassium chloride were added to banding solution 4 to ensure that rapidly after application it would form a solid gel at the cap/body junction.