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TURN UP THE VOLUME!
That special ingredient to improve dough texture and volume.
Are your baked goods lacking volume and consistency? Xanthan Gum is a soluble fibre that can be used as a thickening agent for food. Similar to gelatin but completely vegan, it's great for cooking and baking, especially for people with food restrictions. Your recipes will be bursting with flavour, volume and texture! Give this gum a try!
Xanthan Gum is great for replacing the gluten in traditional flour, to help improve food structure and reduce crumbling. Make sure to mix it with dry ingredients as it is more difficult to combine with liquids. If your gluten-free flour doesn’t contain xanthan gum, we recommend adding ¼ tsp to every 150 g of flour. Check this fit suggestion!
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Reach your fitness goals
This natural ingredient is produced by fermenting glucose or sucrose using Xanthomonas campestris. It is ideal for baking, and key to achieving a balanced lifestyle as a soluble fibre. Be closer to your fitness goals!
Backed by quality certificates issued by independent testing labs, the composition of Xanthan Gum hides no secrets from you.
Great sauce of fibre!
Want to give your sauce that extra richness and depth that would normally be achieved using cream, butter or eggs? Xanthan Gum is the answer! If you’re mixing it with liquids, try blending it with a bit of oil before adding the milk, for better taste and texture! The more you add, the thicker it will become!
Note: We recommend you consult a physician or nutritionist if you have any questions regarding the use of this product. Nutritional information may vary depending on flavour.* Images presented are merely for illustrative and promotional purposes only. The product's final image may be altered.
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