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Here is the molecular chemical structure of agar. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agar#Composition It is a polysaccharide and like all polysaccharides will be strongly hydrophilic. To answer the question: there is no way a molecule like this will dissolve in oil. You might be able to make an emulsion but you would need an emulsifier and there is none I ...


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You can mix agar powder in melted fat, though other liquids are more common and/or more commonly part of formulas using agar. As I understand it, agar needs to be heated to the boil in order for it's thickening properties to be available. It is unclear to me if agar is for binding or to aid in emulsification in this case (probably more of the latter). But ...


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