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  • n. Plural form of carrageenan.


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  • • Agarose, alginates, and carrageenans, cell-wall polymers from various seaweeds

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  • Other colloids, carrageenans, and algins extracted from a number of red and brown algae, also have wide application in foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals as thickeners, stabilizers, and suspension agents.

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  • At McCrady's, in a building built in 1788, where George Washington is said to have dined, he installed immersion circulators and stored pounds of gellan gum, carrageenans and methylcellulose.

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  • Australian scientists have sought to discover the optimal balance of carrageenans and sugar to minimise fouling in UHT-processed chocolate milk.

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  • They therefore sought to study how different concentrations of carrageenans (kappa and lambda) and sugar provide stability against fouling during UHT treatment.

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  • For dairy products, however, the most suitable hydrocolloids are considered to be carrageenans, said the researchers, led by Sara Bayarri.

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  • Combining fat and iota - carrageenans could form edible films for flavour encapsulation, says fundamental new research from France and Spain.

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  • This, they found, could bring new functionalities to the likes of starches, whey protein isolates, xanthans and carrageenans by controlling the degree of phase separation - thereby influencing rheological and textural properties.

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