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Agar Agar Powder Gluten Free Organic, 6x2g


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Agar Agar Powder Gluten Free Organic, 6x2g

Lima Organic and gluten free Agar Agar.

Organically grown Agar Agar Power is a natural gelatine made with a mixture of seaweed, without animal products. Agar-agar or Kanten is made on the basis of a mix of seaweed and is available in powder or in bars. It is used in Japan as a natural gelling agent and allows to avoid the use of gelatine obtained on the basis of animal products. It has various advantages : it is rich in calcium, but not in calories (10kcal. !), it can be diluted very easily and it has an absolutely neutral taste.

Usage:
It is suitable for all dishes, both spicy and sweet, the preparation of which requires a gelling agent : jellies, jam, desserts, aspics... The gelling capacity depends on the acidity : acid preparations will need a bit more Agar-Agar. Do not combine it with chocolate or kiwi, as they will neutralise its gelling effect. Use : for jam : 4g Agar-Agar in powder for 1kg of cleaned fruit or 1l of fruit juice. Bring the fruit and the Agar-Agar to the boil, then add the sweetener of your choice. Let it boil until it reaches the desired consistency.

Ingredients

Agar agar

*organically grown
Nutritional values per
Energy value 758 kJ / 188 kcal
Total Fat 0.1 g
Carbohydrates 4.2 g
- of which sugar 0.0 g
Fibre 83.3 g
Protein 1.0 g
Salt 0.08 g
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Lima

Lima® brand has been promoting healthy food for every time of the day for over 55 years. All Lima® products are quality-guaranteed, vegetarian and 100% organic. In 1974 the strict standards set by Labo Lima® Expert provided the basis for quality control regarding organic food in Europe.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.