Agar Agar Powder, 4 oz.
- 4 ounce ziplock bag
- Make a gelatin with water or fruit juice
- Agar is a red algae and a unique vegetable source protein
- Used in the Far East for centuries
- Save money with combined shipping by ordering several items from Barry Farm.
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Top Customer Reviews
When I first held the package (which is smaller than what is pictured here), I thought it was oddly light for 4 oz. So I weighed it on my military grade digital scale and bingo, it's 3.2 oz. Without the packaging that would mean 3 oz. I thought it might be my scale so I weighed my mineral makeup that came on the same day, 1.3 pounds each for a 1 pound bag. So Barry Farm only shipped me 3 oz of product when I payed for 4 oz, which doesn't seem like a lot but when you do the calculations it's quite a dent.
Let me compare this to the other agar option on Amazon by NOW Foods.
Barry Farm (3 oz) $7.90 + $7.13 (Shipping) = $15.03 (Comes in a plastic Ziploc bag)
NOW Foods (2 oz) $4.20 + $5.38 (Shipping) = $9.58/2 = $4.79/oz * 3 = $14.37 for 3 oz (Comes in a plastic bottle)
NOW Foods (32 oz) $40.79 + $7.55) = $48.34/32 = $1.51/oz *3 = $4.53
So including shipping,
Barry Farm $15.03/3 oz
NOW Foods $14.37/3 oz
NOW Foods $ 4.53/3 oz
With a bottle instead of a plastic bag, my future purchases would be from NOW Foods. I'm so tempted to get the 2 Pound bottle since an ounce is only $1.51 that way, but agar's gelling quality is so good that it gets used very slowly.
Now about the agar. I cooked it last night (1 Cup apple juice to 1/2 teaspoon powder), and left it in the fridge. This morning I woke up to see it gelled quite nicely. It doesn't have the doinky texture of gelatin jello and it's much harder to the touch.Read more ›
Not sure if I got a bad batch, but I wouldn't buy from this seller again.
Brand Item # Hardness Taste
Telephone B00PACC7EU 1 2
Barry farm B00015UC48 3 3
Super Agar B00BTI827K 5 4
Now Foods B000MGSJ5A 4 5
The conclusion is clear: Super Agar is good, but I would prefer Now Foods. Choice is yours
Most Recent Customer Reviews
have some see weed smell but used few drops of almond extract to make cold desert. Easier and faster to use agar in stead of gelatinePublished 1 day ago by yt
Great place to purchase Agar powder. I use this to make my 'cheese' substitute and it turns out great!Published 25 days ago by Shawna I.
This product doesn't work. Also this is so expensive. I find much much better quality than this one, by cheaper price.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Use this to make clarified orange juice and pho broth. Worked very well with the freeze / thaw cycle and cheaper than local stores. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Guhlin
I only make "Jello" with this and it is really easy to use and my kids love it. No taste to it when mixed with fruit juicesPublished 5 months ago by V. Britt