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Agazoon

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"Biozoon GmbH" - Agazoon (250g)

Thickener, gelling agent or stabilizer
17,25 EUR
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Agazoon contains agar agar, a gelling agent extracted from red algae and seaweeds, which has been used for centuries in Asian cooking. It is an odourless and tasteless gelling agent which is regarded as a vegetarian substitute for gelatine. Agar agar is used as a natural food additive in the industrial production of aspic, jellies, ice-cream, jam, and many other confectionery and dairy products.

Agazoon gels after boiling, i.e. it binds hot liquids, when cooled down to room temperature or below, to a sliceable mass which adopts the shape of the container in which it cools down. Solid gels can thus be produced in any conceivable shape. Gelled dishes display a high level of stability and can be re-heated or served hot.

Instructions for the production of gel blocks:

  • Stir 2 level measuring spoons of Agazoon into 80 ml of cold liquid (broth, juice, etc.) until completely dissolved.
  • Bring the solution to the boil whilst stirring, pour into a heat-resistant mould and leave to cool and gel.

We recommend a combination with Xanthazoon to improve the gels' water-binding capacity.


Creation date : 28/01/2010 @ 07:35
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