tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post8767340512548857990..comments2023-02-08T00:52:34.347-08:00Comments on More Than Bread: Tiramisu 提拉米蘇Phoebehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/01532556203882826088noreply@blogger.comBlogger10125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-26717649769140498722012-10-03T15:35:51.253-07:002012-10-03T15:35:51.253-07:00like Phoebe said, 1 tbsp of powdered gelatin is th...like Phoebe said, 1 tbsp of powdered gelatin is the same as 13 grams of gelatin leaf. so if you have gelatin leaf, the box should say how many grams each leaf is. for example, one gelatin leaf is 8 grams and the recipe calls for 2 tbsp powdered gelatin. since 1 tbsp of powdered gelatin is the same as 13 grams of gelatin leaf, 2 tbsp is equal to 26 grams of gelatin leaf. to get 26 grams of gelatin leaf, take 3 1/4 gelatin leaves. i know this from google bruh there's this wonderful thing called the internet which you're using right nowIngridnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-62818596680137148632012-10-02T17:19:56.608-07:002012-10-02T17:19:56.608-07:00What I meant is if a recipe only ask for sheets ge...What I meant is if a recipe only ask for sheets gelatin and you cant find sheet gelatin but you can only find power gelatin how do you substitute powdered gelatin in place of the gelatin sheets/leafs? If a recipe call for any number of grams like 1,2,3,4 ect of sheets gelatin how do you substitute it to powered gelatin? How do you know 13g gelatin leaf is equivalent to 1tbsp of powdered gelatin and how do you substitute 13g gelatin sheet to 1tbsp of powered gelatin? Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-16003118430326229012012-10-02T16:24:36.073-07:002012-10-02T16:24:36.073-07:00Use the ruler to measure and cut out ten even piec...Use the ruler to measure and cut out ten even pieces from the 10g gelatin sheet. Since then you have 10 1g pieces, take 4 pieces for 4g, or however many you need as the recipe calls for. Also, you don't convert sheet gelatin to powdered gelatin. If you have sheet gelatin at home and you need powdered gelatin, go out and buy powdered gelatin from the store. What I meant by 13g gelatin leaf/1tbsp of powdered gelatin is that 13g of gelatin leaf is equivalent to 1tbsp of powdered gelatin.Phoebehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01532556203882826088noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-74007302248660451062012-10-02T12:26:52.242-07:002012-10-02T12:26:52.242-07:00Hi Phoebe,
If you line a ruler next to the sheet h...Hi Phoebe,<br />If you line a ruler next to the sheet how do you cut out the amount in proportion to the amount you need. How do you cut the gelatin sheets to get the right number of grams that the recipe ask for? When you cut the gelatin sheets in portions do you weigh it on a digital scale to get the right number of grams? I was wondering how do you convert sheet gelatin to powdered gelatin? In your recipe it call for 13g gelatin leaf how do you convert it to 1tbsp powder gelatin? If the gelatin leaf call for any number of grams like 1,2,3, etc how do you covert it to powered? <br /><br /><br /><br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-76386862555314425562012-09-30T12:35:04.322-07:002012-09-30T12:35:04.322-07:00If you want to be precise, you can line a ruler ne...If you want to be precise, you can line a ruler next to the sheet and cut out the amount in proportion to the amount you need.Phoebehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01532556203882826088noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-36168237239845318212012-09-29T23:19:14.499-07:002012-09-29T23:19:14.499-07:00Hey Phoebe,
Thank you so much for answering my que...Hey Phoebe,<br />Thank you so much for answering my questions I appreciate it!<br />I have another question that I would like to ask you if the gelatin sheets is 10g per sheets and the recipe call for 4g or any number of grams how do you measure that? Do you cut the gelatin sheets into smaller portions? If you do cut the gelatin sheets how do you get 4g? <br /><br />Thanks :)Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-81498370862911895192012-09-13T08:42:22.936-07:002012-09-13T08:42:22.936-07:00Yes, gelatin leaf is the same as sheet. It is not ...Yes, gelatin leaf is the same as sheet. It is not as common as the powder in America. I got mine from Hong Kong but you can get it online. I find it easier to use than powder. The way to measure the amount is the way you described. Usually the weight of each sheet is printed on the package.Phoebehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01532556203882826088noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-72662899307856241192012-09-12T20:14:35.105-07:002012-09-12T20:14:35.105-07:00Hey,
I love your blog! Thank you so much for shari...Hey,<br />I love your blog! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe I really appreciate it! I never use gelatin leaf before is it the same way as using gelatin sheets? I was wondering how do you measure 13g gelatin leaf? If the gelatin leaf is 3g per leaf do you use 4 + 1/2 leafs to get 13g. Do you multiply 3g and 5 leafs to get 15g? <br /><br />Thanks =)<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-49736214167613655382010-11-27T12:13:24.365-08:002010-11-27T12:13:24.365-08:00Ben got it for me when he was in HK. Don't get...Ben got it for me when he was in HK. Don't get despair ! Keep trying.Phoebehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01532556203882826088noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-1126689611080654516.post-38868940521308411172010-11-25T19:19:07.581-08:002010-11-25T19:19:07.581-08:00looks nice with the fancy rim plastic. i made a ho...looks nice with the fancy rim plastic. i made a horrible looking sweet potato pie. it tasted mushy. oh well..my first time making a pie!christinenoreply@blogger.com