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Old 04-11-2005, 06:19 AM posted to rec.food.preserving
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Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

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"Bob (this one)" wrote:

Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

Pastorio



At the Yadkin Valley County Store. He carries almost anything you
might need for cooking and baking. If he does not have it he will try
to find it for you. I know I have seen Clear-Jel and need to go down
today to get some. Just bought 10 pounds of Arkansas Black apples
that I want to can as pie filling.


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Bob (this one) wrote:

Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

Pastorio

You can order than directly from homecanning.ca or homecanning.com. I
order the clear-gel for making pie filling by printing off their form
and sending in a cheque. I had the clear-gel within 10 days! So the
only delay was the mail time. I was extremely impressed with their service.
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The Cook wrote:

"Bob (this one)" wrote:


Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

Pastorio




At the Yadkin Valley County Store. He carries almost anything you
might need for cooking and baking. If he does not have it he will try
to find it for you. I know I have seen Clear-Jel and need to go down
today to get some. Just bought 10 pounds of Arkansas Black apples
that I want to can as pie filling.


Here's the link for Clear-jel in
Canadahttp://www.homecanning.com/can/ALOrder.asp?CAT=482&P=1326

For the US go to homecanning.com/usa then click on the order form then
food products.
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What is Clear-jel? (does it have another name in Canada)



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The Cook wrote:

"Bob (this one)" wrote:


Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

Pastorio




At the Yadkin Valley County Store. He carries almost anything you
might need for cooking and baking. If he does not have it he will try
to find it for you. I know I have seen Clear-Jel and need to go down
today to get some. Just bought 10 pounds of Arkansas Black apples
that I want to can as pie filling.


Here's the link for Clear-jel in
Canadahttp://www.homecanning.com/can/ALOrder.asp?CAT=482&P=1326

For the US go to homecanning.com/usa then click on the order form then
food products.





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maureeng7eh wrote:

What is Clear-jel? (does it have another name in Canada)


Clear-jel is a specially formatted cornstarch sold by Bernardin. The
instant clear-jel is used for fruit flans or to provide a thickened
sauce for cold fruits. The regular clear-jel is designed for high heat
to be used as a thickener for pie fillings that are to be canned.




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Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

Pastorio



At the Yadkin Valley County Store. He carries almost anything you
might need for cooking and baking. If he does not have it he will try
to find it for you. I know I have seen Clear-Jel and need to go down
today to get some. Just bought 10 pounds of Arkansas Black apples
that I want to can as pie filling.



Here's the link for Clear-jel in
Canadahttp://www.homecanning.com/can/ALOrder.asp?CAT=482&P=1326

For the US go to homecanning.com/usa then click on the order form then
food products.





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Where are the best sources around where you are to get products like
Clear-jel (instant and regular) or other modified starches?

Pastorio


Not sure, but try Pacific Pectin in Oakhurst, CA
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