Bob's Red Mill Guar Gum Gluten Free -- 8 oz
A recent discovery for salads
I make my own salad dressings and often they are a bit thin and more runny than I like. If I use a liquid yogurt vs the Greek thicker one it's a given it's going to be runny and ends up in the bottom of the sald bowl. If I use guar gum to thicken the dressing it sticks to the salad mix and my family likes it. It keeps your dressings, especially if they are fruit based, from becoming a vinegarett dressing. It's great to thicken other things like gravy with out using gluten. I usually use arrow root or rice flour for gravy but they give a different taste and texture. This is a nice change. But mostly I use it to make smooth thicker salad dressings.
May 11, 2013
I was using Xanthum gum but It is derived from corn, so thought I would try this instead. It is working pretty well.
December 15, 2012