Scrapcooking pectin for fruit jellies and confectionery
Pectin is an indispensable kitchen aid if you like to make delicious homemade jam. It acts as a gelling agent and gives the jam its perfect texture.
What is pectin?
Pectin is a substance of vegetable origin naturally present in the pips of certain fruits (apples, quinces...) and in the zests of citrus fruits.
This additive is used as a gelling, stabilizing and coating agent. Use its gelling power to prepare your fruit-based desserts.
Ingredients: pectin, saccharose.
May contain traces of nuts, gluten, eggs, milk, sesame seeds, lupin and soy.
Keep away from light and humidity after opening.
For foodstuffs: limited use. Do not ingest as is. Do not inhale. Do not get in eyes.