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generic gelatin

Answered on February 03, 2014
Created January 23, 2014 at 10:37 PM

I just picked up some powdered Kroger generic brand gelatin packets to mix into my tea, mainly for beauty purposes. I have a food for less right outside my front door and figured I'd just pick some up really quick. I guess whole foods has "better"/more expensive brands??? but is there really any difference with gelatin? The only ingredient listed is "gelatin". They also had knox brand, which my local health food store recommended??? but the kroger was like .79 for 4 packets, so I was like, "Why not?"

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on February 02, 2014
at 12:58 PM

Gelatin comes in a range of different strengths (for cooking purposes) and is also packages with preservatives some times. Don't buy gelatin with preservatives. The preservatives are not necessary. Generally the listed used by date is the used by date for the packaging..

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on February 03, 2014
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Here's a great article that will answer your question. http://butterbeliever.com/choosing-gelatin-powder/

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