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26 May 2008

Gelatin is derived from soaking animal (usually pig or cow) hides and bone in acids, then boiling them to extract the gelatin, and finally turning it into a dry powder.

Pictured above: examples of products containing gelatin.

  "The 'Jell-O Molding' of America" – The Christian Science Monitor. 23 July 1992 www.csmonitor.com/1992/0723/23141.html t6543

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