I made my husband some orange juice + gelatin treats and they're great, but obviously not something I'm going to eat much of.
I'd like to eat more gelatin and I got to thinking about other liquids I'd like to consume in jelly form. Kombucha came to mind. I know heating the kombucha (as per gelatin-making instructions) would kill it, so that's not ideal. I'm not so good with chemistry or cooking, but maybe some of you can help!
Is it possible to set a gelatin without adding a hot liquid to dissolve it all up? Would room temperature work?
I've read that certain foods destroy gelatin's thickening properties -- pineapple, ginger, etc. Maybe someone better at cooking/chemistry knows -- would anything about kombucha share those properties and make the gelatin not set?
What other liquids would make interesting paleo gelatin treats for regular eating?