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Non-GMO Guar Gum - 454g

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Original price HK$177.00 - Original price HK$177.00
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HK$177.00 - HK$177.00
Current price HK$177.00

Guar Gum is a thickening agent made form the guar bean.

A commonly used ingredient in gluten free baking to replace the gluten effect.  It's also an excellent addition to sauces and salad dressings.

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How to Use

For Bread: Approximately a teaspoon of guar gum per every cup of gluten free flour will be ideal. 
For ice creams:  By adding guar gum to frozen desserts like ice cream, popsicles and smoothies help to create a smoother and softer consistency. It will prevent your frozen foods from turning into ice-like blocks.
For Jams: Add a pinch of guar gum to sweet berries or fresh fruit to make jams! 

Using Guar Gum in Gluten Free Goods
Cookies……………………………...¼ to ½ teaspoon. per cup of flour
Cakes and Pancakes………………..¾ teaspoon per cup of flour
Muffins and Quick Bread………....1 teaspoon per cup of flour
Bread……………………………....1 ½ to 2 teaspoons per cup of flour
Pizza Dough…………………..…....1 Tablespoon per cup of flour
For Hot Foods (gravies, stews, heated pudding)…Use 1-3 teaspoons per one quart of liquid.
For Cold Foods (salad dressing, ice creams, pudding) Use 1-2 teaspoons per quart of liquid.

Guar Gum Compared to Xanthan Gum
Ever tried a baked good that used only xanthan gum? We have, and the result was completely different than that of guar gum. When it comes to choosing the right gum to use, it depends on your taste preferences. While xanthan gum is known to produce a treat with additional moisture, guar gum will likely create baked goods that dry out quicker. Because each of these gums functions in a different way, they inevitably produce different results.

One of the most significant differences between xanthan gum and guar gum is where they originate from. While guar gum is derived from a seed native to Asia, xanthan gum is produced by a microorganism called Xanthomonas Campestris. Along with their differences in nature, they also have several differences in the kitchen. While both can be used when creating gluten free foods, guar gum works better when added to recipes like smoothies, ice cream and pie fillings. Xanthan gum, on the other hand, can be used to produce delicious baked goods and yeast bread.

Ingredients: Guar gum

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