Can you make jello with Beef Gelatin Powder?
Yes, you can make jello with Beef Gelatin Powder.
As a natural thickener, stabilizer and texturizer for stews, soups, desserts and baking goods, combine 1.5 scoops with 6 fl oz of cold liquid for one minute, then add 6 fl oz hot liquid and stir until dissolved.
Is Beef Gelatin Powder tested for heavy metal content?
Our Grass-Fed Beef Gelatin Powder is tested regularly for heavy metals. All tests show extremely low levels of heavy metals and are well within the range considered safe for people. These include: mercury, lead, arsenic and cadmium.
Is Beef Gelatin Powder organic?
There is no gelatin on the market that can claim it is organic because no certification like this exists for gelatin. However, our gelatin is organic compliant which means it is all natural, Non-GM, has no synthetic solvents, carriers, processing aids, or preservatives used, and is not irradiated.
Where it is manufactured? Where are the cows from?
We source Beef Gelatin Powder only from young, healthy cows, humanely grass-fed and pasture-raised on the world-renowned natural grasslands of Brazil and Argentina.
We package all of our products, including Beef Gelatin Powder, in a USA facility which follows GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices). This ensures consistent quality, freshness and safety. We'd never make or personally use products packaged outside of the US, that don't follow these strict guidelines.
Are there fillers in this gelatin powder?
Our product is 100% grass-fed gelatin powder free of hormones, GMO and antibiotics. There are no fillers in this product.
What are the exact ingredients contained in Beef Gelatin Powder?
The only ingredient in the Beef Gelatin Powder is Grass-Fed, Pasture-Raised Bovine Gelatin.
Does this have any pork ingredients?
No, it does not have any pork ingredients. It is 100% from grass-fed beef.
What is the bloom for this Beef Gelatin Powder?
Bloom is 225.
Can you mix Beef Gelatin Powder with water and drinks?
Although Beef Gelatin Powder will mix into hot liquids, it's best to mix with a small amount of cold water and let it bloom for a few minutes. Then add hot liquid and stir until dissolved. Note, that it will begin to thicken and gel as it cools (just like jello).
If you want something to mix into liquids without changing the consistency, you may want to have a look at our Beef Collagen Powder.
What is the difference between Collagen Powder and Gelatin Powder?
The main difference between Beef Collagen Powder and Beef Gelatin Powder is how you use it.
Collagen Powder has similar health benefits to the Beef Gelatin Powder. They both deliver important amino acids. The only differences between them are that the amino acid bonds in Collagen are broken down, it is easier to digest, is absorbed by the body faster, and is good for people with digestion problems.