03 Nov 2009

Found in ripe fruit, pectin is a natural gelling agent. Some fruit have higher pectin levels than others. For example citrus fruit, blackberries, apples and redcurrants, while others like strawberries are low in pectin.

Use: Usually used in making jams and jellies.



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