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substituting powdered gelatine for leaf gelatine

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danoid | 00:38 Wed 25th Nov 2009 | Food & Drink
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saw a great recipe for a no bake cheesecake at the uktv website and it called for 5 leaf gelatine sheets....cant find it here in the states (atleast not yet)....i have some powered unflavoured gelatine.....how much should i use of the powder instead....

oh yeah, here is the recipe--

http://uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/516811

thanks to all inadvance and have a great turkey day!!!!

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This is from a cookery website:~

Gelatine is available in sheets (leaf), powder or granules and in clear sheets or leaves. Generally speaking, 6 small sheets of gelatine is the equivalent of 3 teaspoons of powdered gelatine ( a 10g sachet). This is enough to soft-set 600ml/20fl.oz. of liquid

By the way,what is turkey day?
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thanks for all your help!!!!!

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