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100% Bovine GELATIN 14oz.

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  • 100% bovine gelatin
  • Made from beef; no pork
  • Unflavored and unsweetened
  • Made in USA
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Product Description

Bernard Jensen's 100% bovine gelatin is "the food of a thousand uses." Unflavored and unsweetened, one level tablespoon of gelatin powder will jell one pint of liquid. Perfect to use with any good recipe calling for gelatin. Made in the USA, this gelatin is made from beef.

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 3.2 x 6.1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00014EO2A
  • UPC: 811859663540 811334860198 726434104120
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (66 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,449 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I use this product to enhance the nutritional values of soups, stocks, and stews.
C. Fletcher
The Bernard Jensen gelatin smells good, so I imagine that fruit juice gelatin made with it would taste very good.
L. Stewart
This is actually the first product I've tried for bulk unflavored gelatin, and have been very happy with it.
Kimberly S.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By C. Fletcher on January 11, 2010
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I use this product to enhance the nutritional values of soups, stocks, and stews. I keep this on hand at all times. (per Sally Fallon of "Nourishing Traditions" famd. If you don't own this book and are interested in health and nutrition, add it to your library!)
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bec2Bec on August 11, 2013
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I use this to make "jello" for my 13 month old. She loves it. I also enjoy health "jello". The plan was to use this in broth, but I have not gotten down to making my broth as yet. will update the review when I do.

To Make Jello
2 cups of juice, I used florida Natural "not from concentrate." Apple juice or Lakewood or Ceres
2- 2.5 TB of gelatin (2.5 TB will give a really firm gel)
1/2-1 cup of raw fruit (optional)

Place 1.5 cups of juice in the freezer for about 20mins (to get really cold)
Heat 1/2 cup of Juice in a pan until tiny bubbles appear
Add Gelatin and dissolve (stir or whisk constantly)
Turn off heat
After 40 seconds add mix to the very cold juice
Pour mix in any container you desire (ice tray, molds cups)
Put jello mix in the refrigerator and let sit for at least 4-5 hours.
Better to leave overnight.

I have also started to take jello as a supplement
I dissolve one tablespoon in warm water on an empty stomach when I wake up, and mix some in fresh press or not from concentrate juice daily or smoothie.
I am planning to started taking a tablespoon at night right before bed, hope it helps me feel less empty when my daughte breast feeds during the night.

Papaya Gelatin Smoothie
2 cups fresh coconut milk
2.5 cup fresh papaya
1.5 cup ice
3 TB Gelatin
Coconut sugar or honey to taste

Put milk, papaya and ice in the blender.

Pulse until the ice is broken down and everything is liquefied.

Add the gelatin and pulse until incorporated

Enjoy!
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Jared Bond on May 7, 2010
I didn't know there was a difference between brands of gelatin. I had gotten this brand through the Radiant Life company ([...]), and it had a pleasant, gummy smell when mixed in hot water. Then I got Knox gelatin from a store, and to be frank, it smelled like pure sh**. I guess they figure people are going to be mixing it with sugar and stuff, because I don't know how they could stand by that product. I think I'll go with this brand again.

I believe gelatin could be a food that heals. "Good broth cures anything" is a South American proverb. It could be because it is a protein that DOESN'T have tryptophan. See more in this article: [...].

And it has to be a broth that has GELATIN. You can tell store-bought broths don't have an ounce of gelatin, because they absolutely do not GEL in the fridge. They usually have MSG as well. I don't know what it is, but it's not broth. If you've never made your own broth, you'll be surprised that it turns like jello in the fridge.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Janell A. Bowie on June 23, 2014
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I have been supplementing with Bernard Jensen Gelatin and giving it to my family for almost a year now, per dozens of "expert" recommendations and claims that the gelatin is indeed from grass-fed bovine, and therefore, GMO-free; but when researching the product for my own wellness blog, I learned that the gelatin is NOT from 100% grass-fed bovine. Per the Bernard Jensen International website, "Made from grain and grass fed bovine raised in Argentina." Assuming the grain in question is grown in Argentina (where the bovine is raised), the gelatin is NOT likely to be GMO-free either. Argentina is one of the leading countries in the use of GMO crops - last I checked, ALL of Argentina's soy crop and nearly all its corn are genetically modified.

If you are considering use or continued use of this gelatin based on it being from 100% grass-fed bovine and GMO-free, this is NOT the gelatin for you.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By L. Stewart on December 13, 2011
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This is the gelatin that is recommended in the WAPF Wise Traditions 2011 Shopping Guide.

I ordered my first bottle of it a month or two ago, and have used it several times to up the nutritional content of homemade broths and soups. I haven't made "jello" with it yet (using fruit juice) but I can tell you that it smells WAY better than the cheap Knox brand gelatin.

I made "jello" using Knox gelatin one time and it had an off taste, because the gelatin powder smelled weird. The Bernard Jensen gelatin smells good, so I imagine that fruit juice gelatin made with it would taste very good.

Amazon's price is good, too. Radiant Life is currently selling the same size bottle for $15. If you can score free shipping by ordering something else at the same time then you've got yourself a great deal.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly S. on February 12, 2014
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This is actually the first product I've tried for bulk unflavored gelatin, and have been very happy with it. Not only is it from grass-fed cows, but per serving has 2x the amount of protein compared to the Great Lakes brand of gelatin, and is ultimately why I decided to purchase this instead of the other. In my opinion, it's an overall better value because of this considering you can get twice the protein punch in half the amount of product, at a cheaper cost, (and I do realize this is also 2oz less than the GL brand). I have a chaotic work schedule and on some mornings have to be awake and on the road by 4:30am, and do not have the appetite to physically eat any breakfast that early in the morning, but do need something easy on the stomach, so I mix a tablespoon of this with some full-fat canned coconut milk in my coffee and take with me. This concoction actually does a pretty good job at keeping me satiated and the stomach happy until I am actually hungry enough to eat something. I've also made gelatin/gummy snacks with various recipes around the web and have had good results. Some recipes state you need to sprinkle the granules over the liquid and let sit to let it "bloom", but I find this not necessary at all. I guess the only downfall to this product and most gelatin products, (but does not warrant a deduction from the star rating) is that it only dissolves in warm/hot liquid; therefore have not tried this in smooties, etc. yet. I will definitely be reordering this when I run out!
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