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Xanthan Gum is used in baking, particularly in gluten free recipes to improve the crumb structure and reduce crumbling. It can be used as a natural and effective thickening agent and could also have some health benefits associated with it.
You can use xanthan gum for home baking paleo, vegetarian, vegan and especially gluten-free recipes. It will improve the integrity of your 'crumb structure', binding your baking mixes together and significantly minimizing any unwanted crumbling - ideal for biscuits. It adds texture and thickness without a large amount of calories.
There are many foods that contain xanthan gum such as:
This natural ingredient is produced by the fermentation of glucose or sucrose by the bacteria Xanthomonas Campestris.
Ingredients: Xanthan Gum
Nutritional information (per 100g):
Produced of China
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from sunlight.
Note: Although this product does not contain any gluten containing ingredients, those with a major allergy to wheat, corn, soy or dairy should avoid using it. This is because xanthan gum is derived from sugar sources and these sugar sources can come from anywhere including wheat, corn, soy or dairy.