Gum arabic

Explore the various uses of gum arabic in art and cooking. Enhance your creativity and add a unique twist to your culinary creations with this versatile ingredient.
Plants, Flora, Herbs, Gum Arabic, Gum, Fertilizers, Acacia, Senegal, Kew Gardens

Description Click on the "Nutritional aspects" tab for recommendations for ruminants, pigs, poultry, rabbits, horses, fish and crustaceans Common names Gum arabic tree, gum acacia, Senegal gum, Sudan gum arabic, kher [English]; acacia Sénégal, gommier blanc, acacia à gomme arabique [French]; Driehaakdoring [Afrikaans]; Gummiarabikumbaum, Senegal-Akazie [German]; Umukonji [Kinyarwanda]; Arap zamkı [Turkish]; סנגליית סנגל [Hebrew]; アラビアガム [Japanese]; Акация сенегальская [Russian] Species …

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Locust Bean Gum Carrageenan, Carob, Flavonoids, Gum, Gum Arabic, Beans, Food Additives, Xanthan Gum Substitute, Xanthan Gum

Xanthan gum, a food additive and stabilizer, may cause allergic reactions in some people, especially to those who are hypersensitive to corn. In such a case, xanthan gum substitutes like guar gum, gum arabic, locust bean gum, gum tragacanth, and carrageenan can be used for thickening and stabilizing the food products.

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