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May 28, 2006

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Robert Nanders

That stuff looks cool! I'm always fascinated to learn about another curious polysaccharide gelling agent - my present amusement is the excretion of the larch tree, a somewhat tasty, somewhat turpentine flavored gum that's supposedly health-inducing, but it doesn't dissolve well in water in an unprocessed state. Konjak powder could be fun to play with, maybe even make a congnac-konjak pate de fruit just for the chuckle-factor.

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