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I'm looking for pectin in the Bangkok area. It's usually used in the production of jams. I know they must have it somewhere, as they produce many jams in Thailand with it, but cannot seem to find the raw product. A non-imported (ie, cheaper) brand would be much appreciated. Anyone ever see this here?

Thanks a lot!

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can u use gelatin instead? (can find in supermarket)..u maybe find pectin in supermarket also ( i guess)

about pectin, obviously u can find in TH .. i try to google, links dont work

other choice... contact the faculty of food industry /food science @ kasetsart univ. , u will get what you want

:o

ps ..from google.. seem this guy is a dealer Nanthawat นันทวัฒน์ tel. 06-6710870

mspurs@hotmail.com

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Just do internet search on "Berli Jucker Thailand"they would have the pectin available but it is the imported stuff. (and be aware about minimum orders)

I never heard about locally manufactured pectin and even if it would be available I doubt that it would be cheaper then the imported pectin.

If you would use it for home use,I suggest to add some starch instead.

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Just do internet search on "Berli Jucker Thailand"they would have the pectin available but it is the imported stuff. (and be aware about minimum orders)

I never heard about locally manufactured pectin and even if it would be available I doubt that it would be cheaper then the imported pectin.

If you would use it for home use,I suggest to add some starch instead.

I know someone that sells jam in Chiang Mai, and she uses naturally produced pectin. I believe that green mangoes are high in pectin content.

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A lot of Pectin in Chiang Mai. I've seen it many times, the Rimping Supermarkets being one place but I believe I've seen it at Yok Trading as well.

Apples and blueberries are both high inpectin. Frozen blueberries are at Makro.

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Boil up a muslin bag of orange pips to extract the pectin. That's the way my mother used to do it when making jams.

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