Pomona's Pectin

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Pomona's Universal Pectin

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Pomona's Universal Pectin can be used to thicken jams, jellies, and even yogurt. Pomona's Universal Pectin is a low methoxyl-type pectin derived from citrus peels and pulp. Its jelling power is activated by the calcium naturally present in most fruits, rather than by sugar content.

Each box includes pectin and a separate packet of monocalcium phosphate to add to jellies or yogurt varieties that are naturally low in calcium.

Ingredients: Low methoxyl citrus pectin, monocalcium phosphate (packed separately, for making calcium water).

  • No sugar, gluten, or preservatives. Vegan product.
  • One box makes approximately 20 cups of jam
  • Can also be used as a gelatin substitute for puddings and glazes.
  • Store in a cool dry place.

 

View our recipe for making coconut, rice, or soy milk yogurt here.

View our recipe for making almond milk yogurt here

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  • From Rita at 3/10/14 3:01 PM
    • Do you recommend using the Pomona's Pectin in the yogurt starter? Some gluten free bread recipes recommend it so I know it is beneficial.
    • Pomona's Pectin is an ingredient in our recipe using our Vegan Yogurt Starter. The recipes are linked on the product page for the Vegan Yogurt Starter as well as Pomona's Pectin.
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Works great Review by Txasred
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Just made a batch and it works great! (Posted on July 25, 2014)
Worked very well with almond yogurt. Review by Susan
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Made my first batch of almond yogurt. The pectin gave it a jello like consistency. (Posted on May 3, 2014)
to pectin or not to pectin..that is the question Review by anush
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I've made two batches of vegan yogurt following the direction on the Cultures for Health site, one with almond milk, the other with coconut milk. I would say that the pectin works well, but almost too well. My yogurt came out with a more gelatin consistency rather than creamy smooth. I'm going to try it with half the amount and see if it yields a better texture. But it definitely does the job. (Posted on April 30, 2014)
worked great Review by BC
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I used this in my yogurt recipe and it worked great. I have made two batches of yogurt - one with the pectin, one without the pectin, in future I will always use pectin. (Posted on April 3, 2014)
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