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CLIP 12205

How marshmallows are made

How marshmallows are made

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Key Info
  • How marshmallows are made
  • Duration: 07:51
  • Jimmy demonstrates how to make gelatine by using acid to break down the collagen found in pig skin and trotters. He then uses his gelatine to make marshmallows, one of the many products found in supermarkets which use gelatine as a key ingredient.
  • Subject:

    Design and Technology


    Food Technology: Mass Production

  • Keywords: Jimmy Doherty, food, food processing, supermarket, factory, meat, vegetarian, gelatine
Ideas for use in class
  • To generate discussion on food processing and what happens to our food within food factories. To illustrate how animal products are used in a variety of foods. To generate discussion about foods vegetarians can eat
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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