From: Sandy King (sanking@CLEMSON.EDU)
Date: 02/06/03-08:11:34 AM Z
Yes, Knox food gelatin is a pigskin gelatin.
Of course, Kind and Knox manufacturers many kinds of gelatin. I have
purchased in the past directly from them a 250 Bloom ossein gelatin
which I use for making carbon tissue. That is a bone source gelatin,
as you might guess.
Prices are low if you purchase directly but they have a large minimum
order, 25lbs as I recall.
>> Knox plain food gelatin is ...a porcine skin gelatin ....> Sandy King
> KNOX IS FROM PIGSKIN, SANDY??
> Should we start calling some of our images "pigskinotypes"? The other
>day I was making a list of all the conceivable alt processes to look into,
>and so many of them had "type" on the end. anthotype, ambrotype,
>chrysotype, argyrotype, cyanotype, tintype, kallitype, collotype,
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