- 100% bovine gelatin, unflavored
- Use in any recipe calling for gelatin
- Available in 14 oz (397 g)
There are many uses of gelatin powder especially in the kitchen. Gelatin can be used as a thickening agent for soups and sauces, both sweet and savory varieties without adding additional flavor.
Gelatin also has health benefits. As a type of protein derived from collagen, gelatin provides amino acids that help to build cartilage and connective tissues to promote joint flexibility. Gelatin supports digestive health by absorbing water, which helps to reduce bloating and move foods through the GI tract. Additionally, gelatin helps to protect the mucosal lining of the stomach. As a skin enhancer, gelatin helps in skin cell renewal and UV light protection. Consuming gelatin also helps to stimulate collagen production, a necessity for healthy skin, hair, and nails.*
Our gelatin is certified Kosher and BSE free.
Ingredients: 100% Bovine Gelatin
Suggested Use: Use in any recipe that calls for gelatin.
Store tightly sealed in a cool, dry place.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How can I use powdered gelatin?
A: Gelatin powder can be used in food preparation for thickening purposes. Try it in soups or sauces and even smoothies to thicken the consistency.
Q: What is the flavor?
A: Our gelatin powder is unflavored nor does it add any flavor when added to food or drinks.
Q: Is the gelatin Kosher or Halal certified?
A: Our gelatin is Kosher certified, but it is not Halal certified.
Q: Is the gelatin derived from BSE-free cows?
A: Yes, our gelatin comes from certified TSE and BSE-free cows.
Q: What part of the animal is gelatin sourced from?
A: We use gelatin derived from beefskin (hide from cows (bovine)).
Q: Is the gelatin derived from grass fed cows?
A: Yes, we use gelatin that comes from grass fed cows.
Q: What is the best way to store gelatin powder?
A: Store at room temperature and keep tightly sealed to keep moisture out.
Q: Is gelatin different from collagen powder?
A: Gelatin and collagen have very similar nutrient profiles, but they differ in chemical properties. Additional processing is required for nutritional and cosmetic collagen (labeled as hydrolyzed collagen or collagen peptides) and yields a smaller particle size that may be easier to digest than larger gelatin particles. Gelatin only dissolves in hot water and causes liquids to gel, which makes it great as a thickening agent. Collagen dissolves unnoticeably in both hot and cold water.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.