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Fussenegger and his colleagues suspended their engineered cells in gelatin and injected them into the skin of mice.
Necco Wafers are still made with the same mix of sugar, corn syrup, gelatins, gums, colorings and flavorings the company has been using since 1847—more than a decade before the Civil War began.
Instead of a jelly shot, a blueberry gin and tonic gelatin.
Sprinkle gelatin over 1/4 cup cold water in a small saucepan.
Remove from heat and add to gelatin-buttermilk mixture.
Two million Americans are vegans, passing up animal flesh and byproducts like eggs, cheese, milk and even gelatin.
His onion skin was cut with creases around his blue eyes, which, in turn, had a look both blank and startled, like the old gelatin prints where people’s pupils burn with cold fire.
Keep in mind that these contain gelatin, which isn't a vegetarian ingredient.
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GELATIN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gelatin for English Language Learners
: a clear substance that is made by boiling animal bones or tissues and that is used in making jelly
: a food made with gelatin
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Definition of gelatin for Students
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