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  • n. Plural form of gelatin.

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Examples

  • A poster on egullet advocates baking them on a sheet, and then combining them with sauce when cooked, because this is more convenient and moreover adds no extra fat – and "I noticed long ago that slowly cooking meatballs in a tomato sauce like cooking any other meat in a sauce leaches out flavor, gelatins, etc".

    How to cook perfect meatballs

  • Most people, for instance, would consider working with nitrate a hazard, and the film restorers at Eye are certainly aware of the dangers of the substance, which was used in gelatins of film negatives and movie reels until the mid-20th century.

    An Eye for Restoring Classic Scenes

  • GELATINS, TEA PROGRAM, see images of decoratively molded jellies and aspics that served as Victorian centerpieces; taste gelatins; and learn to prepare and present artistic appetizers or desserts.

    Fairfax County community calendar, June 24 to July 1, 2010

  • There is also a huge selection of sweets: candied fruit and nuts, coconut candies, flan, buñuelos, churros, ice cream, ices and gelatins, plus candy made of pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds and amaranth.

    April in Aguascalientes: Food and Drink at Mexico's National Fair

  • Found in: low-calorie desserts, gelatins, drink mixes, and soft drinks.

    10 Food Additives You Should Try To Avoid - The Consumerist

  • Rather than adding gelatins for thickness, our yogurt uses a slow cooking process to create a naturally smooth and creamy Australian-style texture.

    In: Icelandic Yogurt

  • They make seaweed chips, cakes, seaweed gelatins, and also forth.

    Coral Reef of Bali

  • To serve, pile raspberries and blueberries on top of the gelatins and pass them around with a bowl of yogurt or whipped cream alongside.

    Princess Party Cookbook

  • Splenda was approved by the FDA in 1998 as a tabletop sweetener and for use in products such as baked goods, nonalcoholic beverages, chewing gum, frozen dairy desserts, fruit juices, and gelatins.

    Shocking Information Revealed About Splenda In A New Study | Impact Lab

  • The results -- smoky foams, gelatins turned into "pasta" -- can sound off-putting, but they are accomplished with an artistry that attracts chefs from around the world.

    Making 'Magic' In The Kitchen

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