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Is xanthane et gomme guar vegan?

Xanthane et gomme guar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is xanthane et gomme guar?

Xanthane and gomme guar are two common food thickeners that can be found in a variety of products, from salad dressings to ice cream. Xanthane is derived from the fermentation of corn sugar, while gomme guar comes from the seeds of the guar plant. Together, these ingredients work to improve the texture and viscosity of foods and beverages, ensuring a smooth and consistent finish. Xanthane and gomme guar are commonly used in gluten-free recipes as a substitute for wheat flour, making them an important ingredient for those with dietary restrictions.

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