Cornaby’s Ultra Gel is now Cornaby’s E-Z Gel

E-Z Gel CaseIt’s official! We’re going back to our roots! Over 20 years ago Cornaby’s Ultra Gel started life as E-Z Gel. As we have listened to the needs and concerns of our customers we’ve decided to go back to our first name. Our customers want a starch that helps to make their cooking convenient, economical and fast – E-Z in a word!

Now, not to fret. E-Z Gel will still be the same gluten-free, non-GMO, instant corn starch that we all know and love. It’ll even still be in that beautiful, blue Cornaby’s bag. It’s just getting a name change and a facelift. After 20 years it’s earned it! You’ll see the new E-Z Gel bag rolling out in stores and online over the next little while, but we’ll still certainly be there to support your questions if you’re using the Ultra Gel bag.

The recipes you already have using Ultra Gel work exactly the same with E-Z Gel though future recipes and recipe books (yes, books! We have exciting plans for those in 2018!) will use the new name.

With the release of our new website and the beginning of the holiday season this seemed like the right time to make this move. As well, you’ll notice that Thick Gel is now available in a smaller size, though it too remains exactly the same trusted product for all your cook up starch needs.

Exciting things are coming down the line as we continue to bring you Nature’s Best!

So come along with us. It’ll be delicious!

10 thoughts on “Cornaby’s Ultra Gel is now Cornaby’s E-Z Gel

  1. Hello! I need some of this and I dont want to buy on Amazon. I am in Kalispell Montana. Do you have any idea about where else it might be available in my area? Thanks! Janine

    1. We aren’t in any stores in your immediate area. We’re working on it! You can order here through our site and we’ll get it up to you as soon as possible.

    2. I buy mine from Azure Standard. Family owned co-op. They have drop points all over US or will ship it to you

    1. Most of the time. You can generally swap one egg for 1.5 Tablespoons of E-Z Gel and 1 Tablespoon of water. I’ve used this and had it work really well in cookies, brownies, muffins, quick breads and things like pumpkin pie. If the egg is being used for a lot of volume or is providing the structure as a protein then the substitution won’t work as well and the baked good will be flatter. 🙂

  2. I am in Rexburg, ID and there is none of your product left here. My daughter lives in Orem. She is coming to see me on Thursday. Can you tell me where she could find some and bring it to me. I have to maintain a gluten free diet and I can’t manage my cooking without Ultra Gel (EZ Gel). I’d really appreciate some help.

    1. Sure. She should be able to find it at Maceys, Harmons, and most Smiths stores. Many other associated food stores also carry EZ Gel. They tend to put them either in the baking aisle or over with their canning goods.

  3. Do I use the same ratio of EZ Gel as I did with Clear Jel? I switched to your product as it is non-GMO but my pudding was still quite liquidy compared to when I used the other Clear Jel. (used in a cold instant pudding style recipe)

    1. The Instant Clear Jel would be used in the same ratio as E-Z Gel. Using instant thickeners like E-Z Gel and Instant Clear Jel is the same in that it’s not an exact science.
      Clear Gel instructions say to use 1-2 Tablespoons for a 9″ pie. So the amount you add could be as much as doubled depending on a lot of factors.
      One advantage of these instant thickeners is that you almost immediately see the thickness and can add more thickener if you want it more thick. If you get it too thick, add a little more liquid, it’s so versatile.
      Note: You may want to wait 10 minutes before adding more thickener because some liquids continue to get thicker, and if you were to add more thickener right away, you’d end up with something a little more thick than you wanted.

      I hope this helps and feel free to ask more questions as they come up. 🙂

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