- noun a pure soluble gelatin, used to make alcoholic drinks clear; formerly used to preserve eggs
- An extract from the buoyancy bladders of fish used to clarify liquids especially wine. Can be used as a gelling agent.
- A solution of sodium silicate in water used to preserve eggs by its reaction with the shell which makes it impervious to air
- a type of gelatin obtained from freshwater sturgeon fish and once used in fining red wines. It is now replaced mostly by gelatin made from cattle bones.