The Effects of Knox Gelatin on Fingernails?

Answer Knox gelatin was first created more than 100 years ago by a woman named Knox. The gelatin is odorless, tasteless and colorless, and it is made out of bones and hooves left over from slaughtering op... Read More »

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How much knox gelatin is equal to 1 package flavored gelatin?

Both one envelope Knox unflavored gelatin (about 1/4 oz. or 1 tbsp.) and one small package of flavored gelatin contain enough gelatin to set two cups of liquid. The rest of the flavored gelatin's b... Read More »

Is knox gelatin kosher?

Knox gelatin is not a kosher food. Despite previous claims, Knox--which is made and distributed by the Nabisco Company--consists of protein from cuts of both beef and pork which render the item unc... Read More »

What is in knox gelatin?

Knox Gelatin is a product that contains a packet of granulated gelatin. It is often used in recipes as a thickener. Gelatin is a protein that is made from the hydrolysis of collagen found in animal... Read More »

What is Knox gelatin made of?

Knox gelatin is made from collagen which is derived from animal by products. Before the 1900s, deer antlers, calf feet and fish bladders were used in gelatin production. Today cattle bones, hides a... Read More »