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  • n. Plural form of emulsifier.

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Examples

  • Dough strengtheners and other modifiers (such as emulsifiers, pentosans, xanthan gum, and wheat gluten) can be added.

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  • By making your own yogurt you can omit ingredients such as emulsifiers, artificial colors, or stabilizers (to thicken yogurt), and persons who should control their sugar intake know exactly how much sugar is in the yogurt!

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  • "I used to be terrified of E numbers - I'd read a label and see 'emulsifiers' or

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  • Although it might seem that this cuisine, so rooted in natural products from Scandinavia, is the polar opposite of Molecular or Modernist Cuisine, with its emulsifiers and foams, they do have a certain symmetry.

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  • The process uses about 99% water and sand, the rest being a solution of chemical additives including biocides, surfactants and emulsifiers.

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  • The cooking of ingredients under vacuum is omnipresent, as is the use of what might once have been considered obscure gels and emulsifiers.

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  • However, after several batches of food have had contact with the oil, free radicals begin to break down the oil into natural emulsifiers, changing the oil's chemical structure and allowing it to get in closer contact with the food.

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  • If you are no longer living with your parents, you really should have a house sauce made without preservatives, additives, stabilizers, and emulsifiers.

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  • They also are used in manufacturing processes, for instance, for industrial surfactants and emulsifiers.

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  • Danisco sold the last vestiges of its sugar business last year and today makes its money by supplying enzymes, dairy cultures and enablers — emulsifiers that bind together vegetable oil and water — to the global food industries.

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