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Ep. 126: WTF - Carrageenan? Unlock the Secret of this Unique Family of Hydrocolloids
Unlock the Secret of this Unique Family of Hydrocolloids... on this week's WTF Product Links: Kappa Carrageenan https://www.modernistpantry.com/carrageenan-kappa.html Iota Carrageenan https://www.modernistpantry.com/carrageenan-iota.html Lambda Carrageenan https://www.modernistpantry.com/carrageenan-lambda.html Druids Grove Vegan Gelatin https://www.modernistpantry.com/druids-grove-vegan-gelatin.html Recipe Links: Irresistibly Creamy Eggnog https://blog.modernistpantry.com/recipes/irresistibly-creamy-eggnog Finally, the Perfect Vegan Flan https://blog.modernistpantry.com/recipes/finally-the-perfect-vegan-flan Druids Grove Vegan Muenster https://blog.modernistpantry.com/recipes/
Soft Chocolate Gel · Pro-Pannacotta (Iota) · Texturizers
Ingredients 265 gr. Cream 35 % m.g. 250 gr. Chocolat coberture 64 % 60 gr. Sugar 300 gr. Water 0'8 gr. Pro-Pannacotta ( Iota ) 0'8 gr. Kappa Process: Heat the cream and sugar and pour on the chocolate stirring until get an homogeneous mixture In another bowl combine the water, kappa and Pro-pannacotta and mix with a hand blender Boil the mixture Mix both preparations Pour in a frame and keep 2 hours in the fridge
Views: 8502 Sosa Ingredients
Toffe Pannacotta · Pro-pannacotta (Iota) · Texturizers
Mix the ingredients with an immersion blender. Heat stirring constantly with a whisk until boiling point. Remove from the heat and pour in molds. Put in the fridge until for 2 hours.
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Coconut Mousse Using Carrageenan
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Carrageenan IOTA by Cuisine Tech
Application video by chef Vincent Jaoura. Chocolate and Praline Textures. Need the recipe? http://bit.ly/148znLU
Views: 4972 Paris Gourmet
Soft Chocolate Gel · Kappa · Texturizers
Ingredients 265 gr. Cream 35 % m.g. 250 gr. Chocolat coberture 64 % 60 gr. Sugar 300 gr. Water 0'8 gr.Pro-Pannacotta ( Iota ) 0'8 gr. Kappa Process: Heat the cream and sugar and pour on the chocolate stirring until get an homogeneous mixture In another bowl combine the water, kappa and Pro-pannacotta and mix with a hand blender Boil the mixture Mix both preparations Pour in a frame and keep 2 hours in the fridge
Views: 2484 Sosa Ingredients
Carrageenan types and textures
Kappa, Iota and lambda carrageenan gel textures (same dosages)
Carrageenan Gum Part 1
Lab Test Chemistry for Dermal Science
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Spicy Custard Recipe With Carrageenan Powder | Healthy Recipe
Spicy Custard recipe with carrageenan custard powder. Download the Recipe Here: http://www.capecrystalrecipes.com/blog/spicy-carrageenan-custard/ Custard recipe with custard powder - custard recipe with carrageenan powder - basic spicy homemade custard step by step by (huma in the kitchen). Fruit custard recipe, how to make fruit custard recipe with custard powder How To Make Custard Pudding With Carrageenan Custard Powder Desserts With Custard: How To Make Exotic Desserts With Custard At HomeHow To Make Exotic Desserts With Custard Easily. How to use carrageenan custard powder in different recipes How to make custard slices video Video Let's learn together how to make custard powder at home In this recipe you will learn how to make custard with custard powder … really simple to follow Tag: 3 desserts based on custard powder pudding Easy desserts based on custard powder pudding Video dessert 3 ways with custard powder pudding - Findclip presenting an easy recipe to make custard powder at home. don’t worry after watching the custard recipe without custard powder and egg you will be excited and hurry to make it for your kids and loving person or guest. in this video i show you how to make custard with custard powder … a really simple recipe to follow... fruit custard recipe fruit custard recipe by nisha madhulika fruit custard recipe in hindi fruit custard recipe with custard powder fruit custard recipe easy fruit custard recipe easy homemade fruit custard recipe fruit custard in hindi fruit custard milk custard recipe fruit custard recipe in hindi. how to make milk custard using bird's powder custard. quick & easy | how to make milk custard using bird's custard powder | hot water method. fruit salad with custard recipe can be extended by adding chocolate syrup and can be favourite for kids. this is a basic fresh custard recipe using custard powder. Custard Recipe - How To Make Custard Pudding With Custard Powder - Plain Custard Recipe Video how to make exotic desserts with custard easily - Findclip Knowing how to make custard is an essential skill for a variety of custard desserts, including cream pies, crème brûlée, flan, and frozen custard How to make custard powder at home | homemade custard powder recipe How to make custard with custard powder in microwave Showing videos in HD for search term dessert 3 ways with custard powder pudding ✅ Subscribe for more Delicious Recipes: https://www.youtube.com/capecrystalbrandsrecipes/?sub_confirmation=1 ✅ Share this video with a friend: - https://www.youtube.com/capecrystalbrandsrecipes ✅ Watch our Playlist of Great Recipes Here: – https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaCFozcZRAxi2NM92z3q-3nZcW8lCCmQH ✅ For Great specialty ingredients contained in our recipes. Be sure to visit: - https://www.capecrystalbrands.com 🔴 If you enjoyed this video help others enjoy it by adding captions in your native language - https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_vid... Contact Us: Cape Crystal Brands 18 Bank Street / Suite 1 Summit NJ 07901 Tel: 908-273-5600 Email: [email protected]
Carrageenan KAPPA by Cuisine Tech
Application video by chef Vincent Jaoura. Raw oysters glazed with mignonette gelee. http://bit.ly/16rollW
Views: 2998 Paris Gourmet
Flexible Caramel creation with Chef John Placko
Chef John Placko joins us today to demonstrate creating flexible caramel strips using powders from the Powder for Texture product line you can find at http://www.Qualifirst.com Products used in this video: Iota Carrageenan - http://www.qualifirst.com/en/gum-carrageenan-iota-70g-powderfortexture-0 Kappa Carrageenan - http://www.qualifirst.com/en/gum-carrageenan-kappa-50g-powderfortexture-0 Be sure to subscribe for more molecular gastronomy demonstrations!
Thermoreversible Pectin by Cuisine Tech
Application video by chef Vincent Jaoura. Strawberry Glazed Pistachio Cakes. Need the recipe? http://bit.ly/13vLy5R
Views: 2343 Paris Gourmet
Ultra-Tex by Cuisine Tech
Application video by chef Vincent Jaoura. Muscovado Jelly, Yogurt Pudding, and Crispy Passion Fruit. Need the recipe? http://offers.parisgourmet.com/cuisine-tech-video-ultra-tex
Views: 8242 Paris Gourmet
TIC Gums IFT11 Booth Gel Demo
TIC Gums demonstrates how the use of gums can manipulate the texture of gels. This was displayed at their IFT11 booth as part of the Texture Revolution, a groundbreaking food texture development initiative.
Views: 456 Gum Guru
KICK Carrageenan® Dose Rate Optimization Trial
KICK Carrageenan® kettle finings are an effective way to improve flocculation and clarity in the kettle and throughout the rest of the brewing process. The active ingredient in KICK Carrageenan is kappa carrageenan, a high molecular weight polysaccharide derived from red seaweed. When added near the end of the boil, kappa carrageenan binds to haze-forming proteins and other small particles and flocculates rapidly, resulting in improved wort and beer clarity. For information go to www.gusmerbeer.com or email us at [email protected]
Views: 4478 Gusmer Beer
Carrageen pudding wobble at Cuimhne An Lanntair 23rd April 2018
Kenny, An Lanntair's chef, created a carragen panna cotta with rhubarb soup to complete our Conference Dinner on Monday 23rd April 2018 at the Cuimhne event at An Lanntair, Stornoway. This is made with carrageen seaweed, collected from our shores.
HOW TO MAKE: A Organge Fluid Gel / Jelly / Recipe From The Molecular Kitchen / Vegan Food
#fluidgel #molecular #orangerecipe Cool Electronic Music From My Videos: https://m.soundcloud.com/blueman-official In This Videos I Show you, How You Can Make A Very Good Orange Fluid Gel / Yelly. Its Very Simple! You Need Only Fresh Orangejuice And Agar Agar. Please Subscribe And Support My Channel! If You Have Any Questions, Please Write This Under The Video, Thanks! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/How-To-Make-1650842798563776/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel Welcome on my channel "HowToMake". here i will show you simple cooking recipes from the michelin star kitchen to cook at home. i hope you enjoy it. about likes and feedbacks i would be very happy. thanks! Willkommen auf meinem Kanal " HowToMake " . Hier zeige ich euch einfache Kochrezepte aus der Sterne- Küche, zum Zuhause nach kochen . Ich hoffe es gefällt euch. Über likes und neue Abonnenten würde ich mich sehr freuen. Vielen Dank! orange fluid gel ingredients: 500ml fresh orange juice 3g agar agar
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Agar Education
Jeff Potter, author of Cooking for Geeks, gives us the 411 about agar (also known as agar agar), a thickener akin to gelatin used in soups, jellies, ice cream and other desserts. It's a great choice when preparing dishes for vegetarians as it's a seaweed-based product.
Views: 9168 How2Heroes
TASFOS G23 - a blended carrageenan for meat industry
TASFOS G27, core ingredient is semi-refined Kappa carrageenan, mainly be used for emulsion. Improve flexibility of final products. Recommend to use in sausage, restructured meat products.
Views: 44 Yun Wang
Making Passionfruit Fluid Gel with Chef John Placko
Chef John Placko joins us today to demonstrate making fluid gels using powders from the Powder for Texture product line you can find at http://www.Qualifirst.com Products used in this video: Gum Agar - http://www.qualifirst.com/en/gum-agar-60g-powderfortexture-0 Xanthan Gum - http://www.qualifirst.com/en/gum-xanthan-70g-powderfortexture-0 Be sure to subscribe for more molecular gastronomy demonstrations!
Molecular Gastronomy Recipe: Egg Yolk Ice Cream, Broken 'Egg', and White Flowers
This molecular gastronomy recipe is brought to you by molecular gastronomy chef Andoni Aduriz from his restaurant Mugaritz. If you like this molecular gastronomy recipe, please subscribe for more! In this recipe, a hollow candy egg shell is smashed on the table and served with egg yolk ice cream with preserved egg yolk and edible white flowers. The recipe: Egg Yolk Ice Cream: 400g water 150g sugar 85g dextrose 10g stabilizer 600g egg yolks 1.5g salt Preserved Egg Yolk: 750g sugar 12 egg yolks 250g salt Egg White: 1500g water 500g marcona almonds 5g iota 3g agar agar .3g xanthan gum Egg 'Shell' 6g mannitol 2g white food coloring egg mold drill Molecular gastronomy or molecular cuisine is the science of cooking commonly used to describe a new style of cuisine in which chefs explore new culinary possibilities in the kitchen by embracing sensory and food science, borrowing recipes from the science lab and ingredients from the food industry and concocting surprise after surprise for their diners. Formally, the term molecular gastronomy refers to the scientific discipline that studies the physical and chemical processes that occur while cooking. Molecular gastronomy recipes explore the chemical reasons behind the transformation of ingredients, as well as the social, artistic and technical components of culinary and gastronomic recipes in general. Many modern chefs do not accept the term molecular gastronomy to describe their style of cooking and prefer other terms like "modern cuisine", "modernist cuisine", "experimental cuisine" or "avant-garde cuisine". Heston Blumenthal says molecular gastronomy makes cuisine sound elitist and inaccessible, as though you need a BSc to enjoy it. In the end, molecular gastronomy or molecular cuisine refers to experimental restaurant cooking driven by the desire of modern cooks to explore recipes using the world's wide variety of ingredients, tools and techniques. Molecular gastronomy experiments have resulted in new innovative dishes like hot gelatins, airs, faux caviar, spherical ravioli, crab ice cream and olive oil spiral. Ferran Adria from El Bulli restaurant used alginates to create recipes of spherification which gelled spheres that literally burst in your mouth. Heston Blumenthal from The Fat Duck restaurant applied the learnings of the ability of fat to hold flavour in his menu's recipes. The potential of molecular gastronomy recipes are enormous. When people hear about molecular gastronomy recipes they often mistakenly view it as unhealthy, synthetic, chemical, dehumanizing and unnatural. This is not surprising given that molecular gastronomy often relies on fuming flasks of liquid nitrogen, led-blinking water baths, syringes, tabletop distilleries, PH meters and shelves of food chemicals with names like carrageenan, maltodextrin and xanthan. The truth is that the "chemicals" used in molecular gastronomy are all of biological origin, usually marine, plant, animal or microbial. These additives are also used in very, very small amounts and have been approved by EU standards. And the science lab equipment used just helps modern gastronomy cooks to do simple things like maintaining the temperature of the cooking water constant (water bath) , cooling food at extremely low temperatures fast (liquid nitrogen) or extract flavour from food (evaporator). Molecular gastronomy recipes require a good use of your left brain and right brain. Most of the molecular gastronomy recipes need to be followed precisely. More than often, steps need to be followed in a very specific sequence or the whole dish will be a disaster. Quantities are measured in fractions of a gram or fractions of a percentage. Slight variations in food acidity levels could be disastrous for some dishes. At the same time, molecular gastronomy is about experimenting, being curious, using intuition, playing with emotions and creating a multi-sensory dinning experience with artistic dish presentations, textures, aromas, flavours and even sounds. If you are not a professional chef with a fully equipped kitchen you can still enjoy molecular gastronomy recipes at home with little cost. Many molecular gastronomy recipes don't even require special equipment or "chemicals". With a basic kit, you can get some basic molecular gastronomy substances to start making recipes with spheres, airs and gels. Luckily, finding good molecular gastronomy recipes with complete detailed explanations are becoming easier to find. This molecular gastronomy recipe is one of our favorites. See more molecular gastronomy recipes here: http://enthusio.com/chefs
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Gusmer Enterprises KICK Carrageenan® - Customer Testimonial
KICK Carrageenan® kettle finings are an effective way to improve flocculation and clarity in the kettle and throughout the rest of the brewing process. The active ingredient in Kick Carrageenan is kappa carrageenan, a high molecular weight polysaccharide derived from red seaweed. When added near the end of the boil, kappa carrageenan binds to haze-forming proteins and other small particles and flocculates rapidly, resulting in improved wort and beer clarity. For information go to www.gusmerbeer.com or email us at [email protected]
Views: 844 Gusmer Beer
Flourless carrot cake the molecular way
Molecular gastronomy trainer Heiko Antoniewicz demonstrates how he uses molecular techniques such as iota carageenan, espuma, and liquid nitrogen to create a modern interpretation of a flourless carrot cake dessert.
Views: 405 SPH Razor
Töufood Iöta: "Gelatina de aceite de oliva, pan y chocolate"
"Gelatina de aceite de oliva, pan y chocolate" ("Olive oil gel, bread and chocolate"). Recipe of Pastry Chef Albert Lorenzo (Restaurant ROM. Roses, Spain). Töufood Iöta / To make soft gels, hot or cold.
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A Recipe For: The Lazy Vegan
www.healthfoodspa.com www.instagram.com/healthfoodsp­a www.facebook.com/healthfoodspa [email protected] *NOTE: Some products contain Carrageenan (http://chriskresser.com/harmful-or-harmless-carrageenan). As I mention, it's not health food, but it's great to eat occasionally if you're feeling lazy! My name is Joanna! Over the next... however long... I will be sharing my knowledge about health and veganism, recipes and vegan events around the UAE. And maybe once in a while I'll show you what me and my vegan husband Max get up to in our daily lives! I'm sure you'll also get a peek into the life of Baba Ghanoush, our beautiful little Arabian Mau. This episode we show you where to get your lazy vegan food and how to veganise easy peasy meals. I hope you enjoy it! Don't forget to like and subscribe and let me know any comments or questions you have! xxx
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Kitchen Chemistry Chocolate Milk Gel
How to make chocolate milk gel using iota carrageenan
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Ep. 115: WTF - Super Agar? Fluid gels and more!
Sturdy, stable, and strong. Up your plating presentation, up your serving sauce. Impress your guests at your next dinner party with Super Agar fluid gels. Product Links: https://www.modernistpantry.com/agar-agar.html About 'We Transform Food' We Transform Food is a weekly series from Modernist Pantry exploring cool ingredients and gadgets that can help any chef transform food into more memorable experiences.
The Value of Innovation - FI Europe 2015
Innovative ideas in food & Beverages: 1. Glazes: • HIGH QUALITY SHEAR REVERSIBLE GLAZE (Aglutex J693: Agar, pectin) • CHOCOLATE SHEAR REVERSIBLE GLAZE (Aglutex J693: Agar, pectin) • FRUIT SHEAR REVERSIBLE GLAZE (Aglutex J697: Agar, pectin) • THERMO REVERSIBLE GLAZE (Aglutex J202: carrageenan, tara gum) 2. Dairy Products • FRIENDLY LABEL PANNA COTTA DESSERT (Aglutex J38: pectin, tara gum) • YOGURT WITH FRUIT PEARLS (pectin) 3. Desserts • LOW SUGAR FRUIT DESSERT (Aglutex J187: tara gum, pectin) • VEGAN STIRRED YOGURT (pectin) 4. Beverages • ACE JUICE DRINK WITH CARROT SLICES AND CITRUS PEELS IN SUSPENSION (Aglutex SD45: pectin + gellan gum) • LIMONCELLO ALCOPOPS DRINK (Aglutex SD63: xanthan gum + tara gum) • ITALIAN BELLINI COCKTAIL WITH MANGO PIECES IN SUSPENSION (Aglutex SD45: pectin + gellan gum) 5. Fibres • Ketchup (Aglufiber) • Vegan mayonnaise (Aglufiber)
First Molecular Gastronomy Festival At The Seletar Mall
Singapore's first molecular gastronomy food festival is happening at The Seletar Mall. Just spend a minimum of $30 at the mall to gain entrance to the event and you can try all the food there for free! Find out more: http://eatbook.sg/seletar-mall/ Address: 33 Sengkang West Avenue, Level 1 Atrium, The Seletar Mall, Singapore 797653 Event dates: 27 July 2018 to 9 August 2018
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Agar Agar  by Cuisine-Tech | Green Apple Gel and Crab Meat Salad
Application video featuring chef Vincent Jaoura. Green Apple Gel and Crabmeat Salad. Need the recipe? http://offers.parisgourmet.com/cuisine-tech-video-agar-agar
Views: 4737 Paris Gourmet
W Hydrocolloids Final AVP
We are W Hydrocolloids, the Food Ingredients Innovator. Through the years, we had proven our capacities as one of the cornerstones in aquaculture innovations. Through RICO CARRAGEENAN, the world's preferred Carrageenan brand, we are centered in our passion for growth with the aim to be the best in food solutions business. RICO CARRAGEENAN, Building Growth Together.
Views: 577 W Group Philippines
recette panna cotta cuisio pro
ingrédients 3 feuilles de gélatine 400 gr de crème fraîche liquide 50 grammes de sucre en poudre 2 sachet de sucre vanillé N'en rate pas une miette, abonne-toi sur ma chaîne Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/madeincyril sur Twitter : https://twitter.com/made_in_cyril
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The 'Anti-Fried Egg' - using Reverse Spherification & the PolyScience Antigriddle
Delight and surprise with the incredibly realistic and delicious 'Anti-Fried Egg' - a mango puree and coconut gel finished on the antigriddle. Ingredients and equipment are available from MSK Ingredients: Sodium Alginate: http://msk-ingredients.com/MolecularGastronomy/GumsandGellingAgents/Spherification/SodiumAlginate-1183 Calcium Lactate: http://msk-ingredients.com/MolecularGastronomy/GumsandGellingAgents/Spherification/CalciumLactate-1088 Iota Carrageenan: http://msk-ingredients.com/MolecularGastronomy/GumsandGellingAgents/AgarAgarGellanandCarageenan/CarageenanIota-1179 Polyscience Antigriddle: http://msk-ingredients.com/Equipment/Machines/PolyScienceAntigriddle/PolyScienceAntigriddle-3843 Colourings: http://msk-ingredients.com/Colours/FoodColourings Over 500 flavouring options available: http://msk-ingredients.com/index.php?route=product/flavourindex
Gel de Chocolate Blando · Kappa · Texturizantes
Ingredientes: 265 g Nata 35 % m.g. 250 g Cobertura de chocolate 64% 60 g Azúcar 300 g Agua 0'8 g Pro-Pannacotta (Iota) Sosa 0'8 g Kappa Sosa Elaboración: Calentar la nata y el azúcar y mezclar con el chocolate hasta obtener una textura cremosa En otro bol mezclar el agua con la Kappa y el Pro-pannacotta y triturar con un mixer Hervir la mezcla Mezclar las dos preparaciones Poner en un marco y dejar dos horas a la nevera
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Sisterna sucrose esters in food -  Gluten Free Muffins
SISTERNA SUCROSE ESTERS IN GLUTEN-FREE MUFFINS As the gluten network is such a crucial component in bakery products it is a real challenge to develop gluten free products that have comparable texture and volume as their original counterpart. The biggest challenge is probably to prevent quick staling of gluten free products. Sisterna sucrose esters are known for their interaction with starches. In the presence of sucrose esters, gelatinisation as well as retrogradation are delayed. As gluten-free bakery products contains mainly starches, sucrose esters can bring important improvements in these products. soft crumb non-sticky texture good volume increased shelf life Watch the video to learn more about Sisterna sucrose esters in gluten-free muffins! For more information, visit www.sisterns.com or contact us [email protected]
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Flam de iota
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How To Pronounce Carrageenan - Pronunciation Academy
Learn how to pronounce Carrageenan This is the *English* pronunciation of the word Carrageenan. According to Wikipedia, this is one of the possible definitions of the word "Carrageenan": Carrageenans or carrageenins (/ˌkærəˈɡiːnənz/ KARR-ə-GHEE-nənz from Irish carraigín, "little rock") are a family of linear sulphated polysaccharides that are extracted from red edible seaweeds. They are widely used in the food industry, for their gelling, thickening, and stabilizing properties. Their main application is in dairy and meat products, due to their strong binding to food proteins. There are three main varieties of carrageenan, which differ in their degree of sulphation. Kappa-carrageenan has one sulphate group per disaccharide. Iota-carrageenan has two sulphates per disaccharide. Lambda carrageenan has three sulphates per disaccharide. Gelatinous extracts of the Chondrus crispus (Irish Moss) seaweed have been used as food additives since approximately the 1400s. Carrageenan is a vegetarian and vegan alternative to gelatin in some applications, in some instances it is used to replace gelatin in confectionery. Carrageenan has undergone many long-term dietary studies under defined regulatory conditions en route to its current global regulatory status. While some indicate that carrageenan safely passes through rat GI tracts without adverse effect when it is a dietary ingredient, other animal dietary studies have observed colitis-like disease and tumour promotion. In the late 2000s, some scientists raised concerns about whether the amount of "degraded carrageenan" (poligeenan) in food-grade carrageenan may lead to health problems, leading to a debate in the research literature. It has yet to be determined whether such observations are pertinent to dietary safety considerations. The use of carrageenan in infant formula, organic or otherwise, is prohibited in the EU for precautionary reasons, but is permitted in other foodstuffs. In the US, it is permitted in organic and non-organic foods, including juices, chocolate milk, and organic infant formula. PronunciationAcademy is the world's biggest and most accurate source for word pronunciations, SUBSCRIBE here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnImcI-VA0N1aGSx677QCYA/feed Twitter: https://twitter.com/PronunciationA Website: http://www.pronunciationacademy.com
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Italian Flag Colors Layered JELLY
▼ How to make Italian Flag Colors Toy Jelly. (measurements)▼ 1. Put gelatin(100g) into hot water(1L). 2. Stir until gelatin is completely dissolved. 3. Divide into 6 small cups (150ml). 4. Put one drop of food coloring in each cup and stir. 5. Pour colored gelatin water into a mold. 6. Refrigerate for 2 hours. 7. Remove jelly from the mold ** If the mold is too small or tight, freeze for 2 hours and then remove jelly from the mold. Thaw at room temperature for 1 hour. Subscribe to FullMoon Toys♡ for more fun videos. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8wWkczV8Z4A0SXcUmfLaw
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Making of SRC Gel
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