A natural thickener, emulsifier and stabilizer derived from fermented of corn sugars. It has the curious property of thinning when vigorousely mixed or stirred. Xanthan gum is often used to thicken dairy products and salad dressings. In bottled salad dressings it keeps all the ingredients blended because the dressing is thick, but then becomes pourable when the bottle is shaken.
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