Translation of pectin in Spanish:

pectin

pectina, n.

Pronunciation /ˈpɛktɪn//ˈpɛktən/

noun

  • 1

    pectina feminine
    • Jelly, jam and preserves are all made from fruit mixed with sugar and pectin.
    • Proteins, pectins, polysaccharides and glycolipids, organized in a three-dimensional polygonal frame are part of the structural elements.
    • It also helps to understand what makes jam or jelly set: it's pectin, a natural substance that binds the fruit pulp with acid and sugar.
    • In the ripening stage of strawberry fruit development the vascular tissue comprises long fibres composed of cellulose, protein, pectin, and lignin.
    • To extract pectin from fruit, industry uses a conventional heating process that takes an hour or more per batch.
    • This may be due to the soluble fiber pectin in grapefruit.
    • Walls consist of a porous network of cellulose fibrils, hemicellulose, pectins, and glycoproteins.
    • No differences were observed for hemicellulose and pectin.
    • The fruit contains more pectin than regular strawberries, so making jam is easy and quick.
    • As a very smart scientist discussed with me a year ago, tomatoes contain pectin - a lot of pectin.
    • One is pectin, a soluble fiber that has a well-documented ability to lower total cholesterol.
    • Imagine you are making jam and have gotten to the point where you pour the steaming liquor of fruit, sugar, and pectin into the jars.
    • The standard method, which does not require added pectin, works best with fruits naturally high in pectin.
    • Soluble fiber, including pectin, is found in oatmeal, apples, bananas, beans, and psyllium.
    • Other prebiotic agents such as psyllium seeds, pectin, aloe vera juice or slippery elm are very good alternatives.
    • As pears are dense, they are also a good source of fibre and pectin.
    • Apples are also rich in the soluble fibre pectin, which helps to lower blood cholesterol.
    • I ended up using only 1oz of pectin which was more than enough.
    • As the fruit ripens, enzymes convert this into pectin, the quantity of which reaches its maximum just before the fruit is fully ripe.
    • They are high in fibre and a substance called pectin, both of which may help to control cholesterol levels in the bloodstream.