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What is the difference between Agar and Gelatine?

Asked by T. Lopez, Last updated: Nov 06, 2020

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M. Pollock

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Answered Oct 22, 2019

If you are familiar with Agar and gelatin, then it is likely that you are a dessert lover. These are ingredients that are used in different desserts all over the world. The main difference between the two is their source. Agar is said to have come from vegetables, while the gelatin comes from the collagen found in the bones of different animals.

If you are familiar with Agar and gelatin, then it is likely that you are a dessert lover. These
Aside from desserts, Agar can be used to conduct different tests that may be related to the medical field, while gelatin can also be used in photography and even cosmetics. The way that these two are cooked is also different. Agar needs to be boiled while gelatin just needs to be placed in warm liquid so that it will set and take shape.

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