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- The most familiar use of starch is as a thickener for cooking sauces, as in cornflour, or perhaps as a substance for stiffening shirt collars.
- Wheat flour used as a starch thickener needs relatively long cooking to remove its raw taste; and even after cooking it has a noticeable flavour.
- This is a synthetic substance used as a thickener and to encourage lather.
- The fruit and roasted seeds are used in soups as a spice and a thickener.
- Included among these ingredients are thickeners and gelling agents such as starches and gums, gelatin and pectin; and emulsifiers such as lecithin or mono- and diglycerides.
- Much of this can be attributed to the increasing use of rice and rice ingredients in processed foods, a market outlet that includes snacks, soups, frozen dinners, candy, sauce thickeners, pasta, and other products.
- Hair thickener was an oily blue liquid, a bit like petrol, and came in a clear plastic bottle that reminded me of a glue container.
- Oats or oat flour can be used as a thickener for soups, gravies, sauces, stews, or puddings.
- For that reason, the Consumers' Association is demanding new rules to ensure all additives - sweeteners, colouring, flavouring and thickeners - are clearly marked.
- Extra thickener is added to bring the butter fat content up to the minimum of 35% so it can be classified as thickened cream - gelatin is used.
- Modified starches were also used in food industries as a thickener.
- It's the creamy component in some ice creams and yogurts, a satisfying alternative to fat in reduced-fat foods, and a thickener that adds a smooth finish to soups and sauces.
- And the cocoa butter takes on a life of its own - it becomes not only an ideal thickener, but also lends a hand adding sheen to sauces.
- Dave, once a keen whisky drinker, smiles as he recalls how Jill would put thickener in his favourite tipple to help it go down.
- First investigated over 200 years ago, fatty acids have become useful in producing various materials such as detergents, lubricants, and thickeners.
- Corn, potatoes, soybeans and rice don't contain gluten, but it can be hidden in emulsifiers, fillers, thickeners and stabilizers.
- Processed foods, such as junk foods and fast foods, contain synthetic additives - preservatives, emulsifiers, thickeners, stabilizers and flavor enhancers.
- Canned soups and sauces, salad dressings, ice cream and some processed meats and cheeses may contain wheat-based thickeners, fillers and stabilizers.
- This is pure yogurt, just milk and culture, with no stabilizers, thickeners, or other additives.
- An unusually high amount of pectin - a natural thickener - makes the fruit ideal for making jams, jellies, and marmalades.
- A significant source of calcium, it is used in Brazil as a thickener for instant soups and baby formula.
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