Jelly is obtained only from the juice of fruits to which sugar or a natural sweetener has been added. It becomes transparent and saturated with the color of the fruit. Jelly can also be used for spreading or as part of cakes.
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- 100% natural product
- With added fiber and lyophilized vegetables
- Packaging for gelling 500 ml liquid
- No added sugar or preservatives
Jelly, also called gelatin dessert, is a dessert made with a sweetened and flavored processed collagen product (gelatin). This type of dessert was first recorded as jelly by Hannah Glass in her book, The Art of Cooking in the 18th Century. Jelly is also featured in best-selling cookbooks by English food writers Eliza Acton and Isabella Beton in the 19th century.
The jellies can be made by combining plain gelatin with other ingredients or by using a pre-mixed mixture of gelatin with additives.
Fully prepared gelatin desserts are sold in a variety of forms, ranging from large decorative forms to individual serving cups.
Veggie Jelly Mix "Zdravnitza"
Veggie Jelly Mix is an original and innovative recipe containing gelatin, soluble GoFos fiber, and lyophilized vegetables. The product does not contain sugar and sweeteners.
Gelatine is a simple protein obtainable by the hydrolysis of collagen from animal bones or cartilage, boiled in water. It is easily soluble in water, resulting solutions tend to compress into jelly. The dissolution rate is proportional to water temperature. Optimal temperature for dissolving the gelatin is from 42 to 60° C.
Although the gelatin in a dry weight is a 98-99% protein, it has a lower nutritional value than many other protein sources. Gelatine has a particularly high content of essential amino acids glycine and proline (ie those the human body can itself produce), while it lacks the essential amino acids (ie those the human body can not itself produce). It does not contain tryptophan, has a lower the content of isoleucine, threonine and methionine.
GoFos probiotic fibers
GoFos is a sweet, tasty and soluble probiotic fiber that consists of about 95% short-chain fructooligosaccharides (sc-FOS). GoFos fiber is produced from sugar beet through a unique enzymatic process.
GoFos fibers provide a synergistic and sweet taste of berry jelly mix of "Zdravnitza". Fiber is an entirely dietary product, maintaining blood sugar levels and insulin response.
GoFos probiotic and soluble fiber have a number of health benefits, including:
- promote the growth of beneficial bacteria in the gut;
- control body weight;
- help maintain normal blood sugar levels;
- support the work of the immune system;
- increase the absorption of calcium and magnesium.
Lyophilization or freeze-drying is a process of dehydration. Lyophilization works on the principle of freezing the product and then reducing the pressure in the environment so that the frozen water contained in the product sublimes directly from solid to gaseous state.
By lyophilization all useful properties of vegetables are preserved, incl. microorganisms, proteins and vitamins. This method also preserves the color of the vegetable.
Kale is a source of important nutrients. The amount of vitamin C that this leafy vegetable contains is as much as seventeen times more than that of carrots and four times more than that of spinach. Vitamin A, which kale has in its composition, is five times more than in broccoli. Vitamin A is responsible for good vision and good skin condition.
Beets are a rich source of micro- and macronutrients. Contains monosaccharides, fiber, folic acid, sugars, proteins and carbohydrates. Its leaves are a source of vitamins A, C and K, and the root is rich in vitamins C, PP, A and B vitamins - B1, B2, B5, B6 and B9.
Carrots are known for their high content of carotene, which is converted in our body into vitamin A. In addition to carotene, carrots contain many vitamins - B1, B2, B6, C, D, E, K and PP, as well as many useful minerals and enzymes as well as essential oils.
Soluble fiber GoFos, gelatin, lyophilized vegetables (kale, beets, baby carrots).
Gluten Free! No added sugar! Does not contain preservatives and dyes!
Nutritional values per 100 g:
Energy: 1135 kJ / 268.63 kcal
Fat: 0.42 g
of which saturated: 0.1 g
Carbohydrates: 7.68 g
of which sugars: 7.22 g
Protein: 35.19 g
Fiber: 49.1 g
Salt: 0.0 g
Instructions for use:
1. Add the contents of the package to 100 ml of warm water and stir periodically for 10 minutes until the mixture is homogenous and swells.
2. Add another 400 ml of water and stir again for about 10 minutes.
3. Distribute the mixture in suitable containers and refrigerate until firm.
Due to the vegetable content, sludge may form in the finished product. To avoid settling, stir periodically during storage in the fridge.
Packing: 40 g