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xanthan

[′zan·thən]
(biochemistry)
A polysaccharide produced by Xanthomonas campestris that is used in oil recovery to help improve water flooding and oil displacement.
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In this specific case, with evaluation adsorption of the three polymers (starch, PHPA and xanthan gum) on metallic surfaces, it was not possible using for concentrate solutions.
Indeed, Xanthan Gum is one of the most versatile gums and is a common ingredient in products likes sauces, dressings and marinades.
starches, galactomannans, PGA); in gravies, xanthan may replace 10 to 15 times its weight in starch.
The second option is also not ideal, as natural co-thickeners like xanthan gum at high use levels are known for providing undesirable texture and unpleasant sensory characteristics to formulations.
Mixtures of 25% tapioca starch and xanthan gum, in mixing ratios of 10 to 0, 9.
The blends consist of either guar and xanthan gums, xanthan and locust bean gums, or all three gums.
The investments are aimed at increasing the availability of domestically produced xanthan gum.
Hong Kong, China, Mar 29, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - The largest global MSG and xanthan gum producer - Fufeng Group Limited (HKG:0546) today announces the annual results for the year ended 31 December 2012.
The main difference being that I've used gluten-free self-raising flour, added xanthan gum and a few tablespoons of juice from the mandarin, which adds both flavour and helps keep it moist.