gelatin v mix a mousse

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  1. linznel

    linznel Full Member

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    can you use gelatin instead of mam
    if yes how do you do it ?
    thanks in advance
     
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    vikki73 Cambridge Consultant

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    It recommended to use MAM on Cambridge because it can be guaranteed there is nothing in there that will adversely affect the plan, so i would say best to stick to MAM if you can :D
     
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    The ingredients on mix-a-mousse states it's just gelatine powder, so surely it's exactly the same as gelatine powder bought from a supermarket, just way more expensive. :(
     
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    Well ive just made some jellies with water flavouring and gelatin and they taste great. used a pint of water a packet of powdered gelatin and a teaspoon of flavouring. ive made them in some plastic cups so i can have them over the next few days.
     
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    Is it possible to get vegetarian geletine? Im a muslim and would love to make jelly out of the flavourings but MMM is not suitable for vegetarians.
     
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    Yes, you want to look for a product called Agar Agar. It doesn't set quite as well as gelatine, but it's the only widely available alternative.
     
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    FBS- Fantastic, thank you ever so much. Bless xx
     
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