One envelope of gelatin requires about ½ cup of water. The type of gelatin brand and envelope size will also depend o the amount of water used.
A 3-oz box of sweetened & flavored jello mix has the same amount of gelatin as one envelope (1 Tablespoon) of unflavored, unsweetened gelatin. 3 oz box jello mix = 1 envelope unflavored gelatin
The Knox Gelatine website says that 1 envelope = 7 g = 2 1/2 teaspoons
the amount in one package(envelope)of custard mix
look on the package
That will depend which country you are in, the destination of the envelope, and by which method you are mailing it.
One tablespoon of gelatin is equivalent to three sheets of gelatin. It is approximated that one tablespoon is equivalent to about three and half sheets.
The cost to mail a manila envelope will depend on the size of the envelope and the weight of the envelope. The average cost to mail a manila envelope that is 8"X11" is about $2 if the contents weigh less than one pound.
None. Gelatin comes from bones and not from milk.
Soften the gelatin (1 envelope) in a portion of the liquid used in your recipe, usually milk. Warm another portion of the liquid till it "steam Soften the gelatin (1 envelope) in a portion of the liquid used in your recipe, usually milk. Warm another portion of the liquid till it "steams" but does not boil, then dissolve COMPLETELY the gelatin mixture in the warm liquid. Add this to your ice cream recipe and finish it as usual. Keep in mind that the mix will expand more than normal as the gelatin sets, so if using an ice cream maker, only fill it half way full of the ice cream base. Enjoy! P.S. A neat variation is to use an envelope of Kool-Aid as a flavoring agent .