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Subject: Re: organic beads
From: Angie Coulter <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sat, 12 Jul 2014 14:54:00 -0700
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You can create your own if you desire a certain colour or size. You can find the supplies at gourmet food shops and there's many tutorials online for creating artificial caviar (the process is called spherification in the culinary world). The main ingredients you will need are sodium alginate and calcium chloride.

Hope this helps!

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> Hi folks, thanks for the suggestions but I need something that's organic
> and usable in a natural stream (no glass, plastic, etc.). What I was
> fishing for, to use a bad analogy, was a source for those organic "orbs"
> that are used in some japanese soft drinks, or maybe even in bubble tea
> (tapioca balls)? Anyone have any ideas about where these can be obtained in
> raw form? Or something similar? cheers, g2
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