Natur-Drogeriet, Johannesbrød kernelemel, 100 g
Product description St. John's wort kernel flour is a thickener (E410), which i.a. can be used to smooth breast milk substitute or breast milk. The meal thus becomes more viscous and will therefore have more difficulty in running back to ...
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Item descriptionLocust bean gum is a thickener (E410), which i.a. can be used to smooth breast milk substitute or breast milk. The meal thus becomes more viscous and will therefore have more difficulty in running back to the mouth. Locust bean gum is a carbohydrate that comes from the seeds of the locust bean tree. The tree grows in the Mediterranean area and the fruits have been eaten since ancient times. A flour can be squeezed out of the fruit's seeds, which swells easily with water and forms a sticky substance. The flour is used as a stabilizer and thickener in foods. In dough, locust bean gum is used to give a softer and more elastic dough. Locust bean gum may be used in foods that generally contain additives and may also be used in organic foods.
Net weight100 g
InstructionsFor approx. 200 ml breast milk substitute Use 1 gram (½ teaspoon) of locust bean gum: 1. Measure out the amount of water to be used for the breast milk substitute and heat it in a saucepan. 2. When the water boils, remove the pan from the heat. 3. Measure the measured amount of locust bean gum, which has been dissolved in a little cold water, into the boiling water. 4. The thickening is cooled to approx. 40 degrees. 5. Whip the infant formula into the thickener. 6. Place the mixture in the refrigerator in bottles with lids.
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Locust bean gum