If you don't have agar, and you have neither the time nor the energy to go out to find some, what do you use instead, and how? Thanks, PicklePals!! ;o)
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Substitute gelatin. http://www.foodsubs.com...
Gelatin is probably way more straight forward to work with, although I'm not sure how much to add to the recipe
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