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xan•than

(ˈzæn θən)

n.
a gum produced by bacterial fermentation and used commercially as a binder or food stabilizer. Also called xan′than gum`.
[1960–65]
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Sethi, "Stabilization of highly concentrated suspensions of iron nanoparticles using shear-thinning gels of xanthan gum," Water Research, vol.
Xanthan gum is a microbial exopolysaccharide produced by the gram-negative bacterium Xanthomonas campestris by fermenting glucose, sucrose, or other carbohydrate sources.
Add tomato water, olives, mustard, and xanthan gum; puree on
Hong Kong, China, Nov 28, 2013 - (ABN Newswire) - The world's largest monosodium glutamate ("MSG") and xanthan gum producer, Fufeng Group Limited ("Fufeng" or the "Company", together with its subsidiaries, the "Group"; stock code: 546) (HKG:0546) today announces that all the conditions to the issue of the Convertible Bonds ("CBs") as set out in the Subscription Agreement have been satisfied and that the issue of the CBs has been completed on 27 November 2013.
1 1/2 cups weed cream 4 cups milk 1 cup sugar 3 1/2 thsp honey 3/4 cup dry milk powder Scant tsp xanthan gum 3 large eggs 1/2 tsp kosher salt Heat the weed cream and milk to a simmer in a medium saucepan.
Esper and a team of researchers used glycerine and xanthan gum as a microbial barrier combined with cetylpyridinium chloride (CPC) as a broad-spectrum anti-infective agent to fight respiratory illnesses.
Powders like fumed silica, CMC, guar gum, carbon black, carrageenan, xanthan gum, talc, pectin, flours, clays, carbomers and other rheology modifiers can now be mixed into liquids quickly and economically, requiring no filtering step after the mixing operation.
OFFICIALS AT HODGSON MILLS think they have a solution to sticky, frustrating goop resulting from wet Xanthan Gum.
It also claims to be the largest MSG and glutamic acid manufacturer as well as the third largest xanthan gum producer in the world.
"The MSG and Xanthan Gum industries are highly consolidated now.
Substitutions to traditional ingredients range from xanthan gum and gluten-free vanilla rice milk to agave syrup and rice flour.