*Gummies~ using Northern Lights Flower

Budley Doright

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I was planning on using both this run. Not a lot of guar gum, just 1/4 teaspoon . Lecithin didn’t work correctly alone on my first run.
Good to know thanks, I’ll stick with the guar gum only then as it seems to work well. I’ve made 4 batches since the seperation debacle and all turned out perfectly ........ chewed up two an hour ago lol.


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I don’t know . This is my first time making gummies. I have a lot to learn. I am going to keep these in the fridge after 2-3 days room temperature in an air tight glass container.

They popped out of the mold great but the jello separated from the oil .
It might be because I used a generic brand unflavored gelatin or because the jello was sugar free. I am going to change both of those next time. I also need to somehow mix the oil and water much better I guess.
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You could use an immersion blender to mix all together.

Budley Doright

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The only problem with immersion blender is you will introduce alot of air into your mixture and end up with a foamy layer on top of your gummies as it dries.
I tried using one and it was a PITA. A whisk works fine but something other than the dropper to fill the molds would be great. I use a Turkey baster but it’s still kind of messy.
But cleanup is great lol


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Dr.Amber Trichome

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I use these to fill my molds. Makes it pretty easy to do solo. I used to use a large condiment bottle but the hole in the tip is quite large making it harder to control the flow into the molds.

how does the hot mix not settle in the bottle? Someone must be assisting whisking while the other one pours and squirts.