Norland Dried Fish Gelatin
Norland Dried Fish Gelatin is manufactured by the hydrolysis of collagen which is a principal protein found in skin and bones. Animal gelatin is typically extracted from bovine or porcine skin while fish gelatin is produced from the skin of deep water fish such as cod, haddock and pollock. This allows it to have many of the same characteristics of animal gelatin. Since the gelatin is manufactured only from the skins of food grade kosher fish, it is able to meet strict kosher standards.
Norland Dried Fish Gelatin is a Type A gelatin and is supplied as a dry product. Its gel point is lower than animal gelatin which makes it suitable for frozen or refrigerated products or for use as a dry coating. The lower gel point allows Norland Fish Gelatin to dissolve faster and easier then animal gelatin, so it can be readily added to products that are to be chilled.
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