Agar-Agar

(Vegetarian) clear, flavorless sea vegetable. It is freeze-dried, sold in sticks, flakes or powder, and used like gelatin.
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Agar-agar

A white gelatin derived from a sea-vegetable, used in making aspics and jelly.
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Agar-agar

A`gar-a'gar noun [ Ceylonese local name.] A fucus or seaweed much used in the East for soups and jellies; Ceylon moss ( Gracilaria lichenoides ).
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Agar-agar

A`gar-a'gar noun A gelatinlike substance, or a solution of it, prepared from certain seaweeds containing gelose, and used in the artificial cultivation of bacteria; -- often called agar , by abbreviation.
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Agar-agar

• (n.) A fucus or seaweed much used in the East for soups and jellies; Ceylon moss (Gracilaria lichenoides). • (n.) A gelatinlike substance, or a solution of it, prepared from certain seaweeds containing gelose, and used in the artificial cultivation of bacteria; -- often called agar, by abbreviation.
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agar-agar

processed seaweed, grayish white in color and comes in sticks, flakes, granules or powder. It is a vegetarian gelatin. After it is soaked in cold water, it becomes bouncy, resilient, and crisp. It is used mostly for cold oriental dishes that contain chicken, meat, and vegetables. In the old days, before the introduction of gelatin, agar-agar was......
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Agar-Agar

The water soluble colloidal carbohydrate of the red seaweed, Gelidium; forms gels with as little as one part to 500 of water. It is used in preparing bacteriological media.
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