Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)
Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)
Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)
Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)
Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)
Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)

Xanthan Gum Powder (8 oz)

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$11.20

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Consuming foods low in FODMAPs can improve symptom control in people who suffer from IBS.

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Bob's Red Mill Xanthan Gum is must-have for any gluten free baker. Xanthan gum thickens batter and gives gluten free breads a better rise. It also help emulsify liquids that would otherwise separate. The name comes from the bacteria that helps creates the final product, Xanthomonas campestris, which feeds on a sugar, then ferments. The fermentation product is dried and then ground into Xanthan Gum.

  • BAKING ESSENTIAL: A key ingredient for gluten free baking, Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Xanthan Gum is an effective substitute for gluten in baked goods
  • GLUTEN ALTERNATIVE: Xanthan gum, like gluten, adds the elasticity and thickness required to help baked goods hold together and rise properly
  • MULTI-PURPOSE INGREDIENT: Used as an emulsifier as well as to thicken liquids and batters for a smooth, creamy texture
  • FOR ANY DIET: Plant-based and made from a string of sugars called a polysaccharide, xanthan gum is natural and ideal for gluten free, kosher and vegan diets
  • BOB'S RED MILL: Make folks a little happier; it's the idea that keeps our stone mills grinding to fill every bag with wholesome goodness
Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 9.5 x 6.5 x 8 inches; 8.01 Ounces

 


Foodguides Review

Consuming foods low in FODMAPs can improve symptom control in people who suffer from IBS.

Friendly To:
Low-FODMAP
Acid Reflux
GERD
IBS
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