I decided to let it ride. By morning the airlock was bubbling along as normal!
Originally Posted by daksin
Marshmallows are usually coated with corn starch so be prepared for a little haze. The gelatine won't be a problem in those amounts, but you're boiling it so it'll be destroyed anyway.
There were two concerns of mine that you may have just alleviated. The first was the yeast falling out...doesn't appear that happened.
The other was the idea that when you make Jello, part of the process is boiling the Jello mixture that contains gelatin...apply here...beer jello. So for sake of theory, say I did boil more gelatin than is contained in the marshmallows I used. If it's not destroyed when making Jello, wouldn't it also not be destroyed in this instance?
Thanks for your input!