What is Guar Gum? - “In Asia, guar beans are used as a vegetable for human consumption; the crop is also grown for cattle feed, and used as a green manure crop. In the United States, highly refined guar gum is used as a stiffener in soft ice cream, a stabilizer for cheeses, instant puddings and whipped cream substitutes, and as a meat binder. Most of the crop in the US is grown for a lower grade of guar gum, which is used in cloth and paper manufacturing, oil well drilling muds, explosives…
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